Chronic Disease that effects both skin and eyelids is called Ocular rosacea. People with rosacea affecting their skin may flush easily and have redness, acne-like symptoms or both, on their nose, cheeks, chin or forehead. People who have ocular rosacea (involving the eye) may have: red or bloodshot eyes, burning or tearing, the sensation of foreign material or sand in the eye. Treatment usually consists of lid hygiene measures that include daily cleansing: Moistened Q-tips can remove debris and oily secretions. Some eye doctors advise cleansing with dilute baby shampoo.
In a survey conducted by international institute of Ocular rosacea, it was found that more serious problems got arise in about 12% of those with Ocular Rosacea: is because of inflammation of the iris causing pain & Keratitis & Iritis, ulceration of the cornea. Researches focusing on Cross-sectional survey of awareness and behavioral pattern regarding acne and acne scar based on smartphone application. Dermatoscopy in inflammatory and infectious skin disorders.Morphology-Based Diagnosis of Acneiform Eruptions.