The Doctors have never seen a more dramatic before and after on the show then Pam’s rosacea nose transformation!
A viral Internet message claims that breakouts in different areas on the face may indicate different underlying problems – the forehead is due to poor diet, for example, while chin pimples come from kidney disease, and the cheeks break out from allergies
Pamela’s rare skin disorder was affecting her nose and ruining her life. She came to The Doctors earlier this season seeking help and she’s back with her amazing transformation!
Pamela’s rare skin disorder has caused her life to spiral and she’s hoping The Doctors can help give her a new lease on life.
After living with a chronically inflamed nose which has grown to almost double its original size, Pamela joins The Doctors to find out more about what can be done for her unique condition.
Pamela has lived with rhinophyma, a chronic inflammation that causes the nose to slowly enlarge, for over 30 years. See what surprises the Doctors have in store for her!
Is it acne…or something else entirely? Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra joins The Doctors to explain how to identify skin ailments!
Three women with rosacea test a topical gel that claims to reduce facial redness in about 30 minutes.
See the results after three women tried a topical gel that claims to reduce facial redness from rosacea in about 30 minutes.
Three women with rosacea test a topical gel that claims to reduce redness in about 30 minutes.