Steroid rosacea is the name given to a rosacea-like condition on the face caused by potent topical steroids.
After several weeks of applying a topical steroid to the eyelids, cheeks or chin the affected area becomes red.
Small bumps (papules) and pustules appear intermittently, and may paradoxically worsen when the topical steroid cream is discontinued.
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