Yeah, old Harry gets a great flush on doesnt he?
His brother does a little bit too.
But consider just how many cover their redness with makeup? Id bet there are way more than you think. They just dont let it stop them, thats the difference.
Great post seriously. Finally, some real celebs with real rosacea. It's a great comfort, if nothing else, to know that people with significant rosacea are not letting it stop their lives.
Still, it has to be a severe disadvantage in sports to have a burning red face. When I exercise, I look just like some of those guys. I HAVE HUGE RESPECT FOR ALL OF THEM.
Subtype-1: Cheek and ear flushing
this may be a dumb question but has anyone ever tried contacting Harry or family about donating to or helping to fund Rosacea research? Others have told me they are very giving people and it would seem like since they suffer from it as well they would want to help. Maybe easier said than done? Just a thought though.
Maybe you could give it a shot? Pleeease!
Here's a reallyl dumb question....
When someone has a ruddy complexion like the pics above, is it always rosacea? Is there such a thing as having a ruddy complexion like this, without it being rosacea or related disorder? Just wondering if through the eons when someone's complexion was discribed this way, if really what was happening is that the person had rosacea.
54 yo, moderate subtype 1 rosacea
I asked that same question to a ton of people here, and no one seems to be able to offer any sort of difference. If you Google "ruddy complexion" all you'll find is a thousand hits for Rosacea. But, tons of non-Rosacea sufferers have been described as having such a complexion, so much so that it's actually a designated type of complexion.
Hey...even a few MORE pics I found of a couple celebs with redder complexions.
Steve Howey from "Reba"
Nick Lachey (double click the Lachey pics to get an extreme large close up view AFTER opening the link)
Those last ones really don't look too red. I thought they looked quite healthy.
Doesn't Bill Clinton suffer from rosacea too? Perhaps a former president and a prince could join forces with funding
Anyone catch the Donny Deutsch show on CNBC tonight? - His guest was Ron Rice, founder of "Hawaiin Tropic" suntan oil, lotions, "Miss Hawaiin Tropic contest" ect. ect. -- IMHO Ron either has skin cancer or a severe case of rosacea, not good.