This condition appears as a red rash on the cheeks, nose, forehead, eyelids and chin. and are more common in fair-skinned people. The redness is often accompanied by bumps or pimples (so it can be mistaken for acne) and sometimes the skin becomes dry, itchy and can also flake.
Inflammation causes blood vessels to dilate so they become more visible, causing the red “flushing” that characterizes this condition. Almost as if your skin is see-through.
This skin problem condition origin is still not full understood by doctors but some environmental factors such as exercise, spicy foods, sun, alcohol and some medications can let it flare up. It can start as early as your mid 20’s or for the first time around, during the menopause.