Why does rosacea seem to get worse in the fall and spring?
Many rosacea sufferers report that changing seasons is hard on their condition. These rosacea sufferers are extremely susceptible to environmental factors. For instance, in the fall they may be exposed to colder temperatures and windy days. In the spring, their rosacea may be aggravated by increased sun, heat and outdoor activity. While this is frustrating, the skin will usually adapt to the environmental changes within 4 to 6 weeks.