To manage your ocular rosacea, the following may bring some symptom relief:
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- Use artificial tears to relieve dryness. Ask your doctor for guidance.
- Keep your eyelids clean by gently washing them daily with warm water or a product your doctor recommends.
- If you wear contact lenses, you may want to forgo wearing your contacts during flare-ups, especially if your symptoms include dry eyes.
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