10 Causes of Chalazion

Cause #2: Rosacea

Rosacea is a common condition that tends to affect people between the ages of 30–50. It causes the skin to become red, almost as though the patient is blushing. It can also cause bumps on the skin that have the appearance of acne. While it is still largely not understood, there are various treatments that can at least help to reduce the symptoms.

Rosacea is very visible, and it can leave people feeling very self-conscious of their appearance. In some cases, it can leave them reluctant to go outside and generally lacking in confidence overall. It can also lead to other complications, such as the formation of a chalazion.

Chalazion Causes

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