Join MamaDrama (That’s Me) Tonight for a Rosacea Facts Twitter Party

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Please Join MamaDrama (that’s me) for a Very Special Twitter Party

     TONIGHT 9:00-10:00 p.m. ET

Hashtag: #RosaceaFacts

 Let’s talk rosacea awareness and check out the new RosaceaFacts public service announcement (PSA) featuring actress and rosacea sufferer Cynthia Nixon!

Tonight join MamaDrama NY for a RosaceaFacts Twitter Party to educate others about the common skin condition, rosacea.  Please visit www.RosaceaFacts.com and view the PSA starring Cynthia Nixon, who reveals her personal experiences with rosacea.

We’ll tweet with women who have been impacted by rosacea to talk about its symptoms, emotional effects and more.  We’re also pleased to welcome Dr. Doris Day, dermatologist and rosacea expert who will be on hand to answer questions.

About Rosacea

Did you know that rosacea is a common skin condition that affects over 16 million Americans, while only 10% of sufferers are being treated?  Rosacea is a vascular condition believed to be caused by inflammation with symptoms that include facial redness, pimples and eye irritation.  But the real damage often lies underneath the skin with a person’s self-esteem.  Because rosacea affects the face, people with this condition can often experience embarrassment and stress.

During the chat, we’ll be giving away four Summer Skincare Survival Prize Packs with lotions, sunscreen and cleansers. To win, participants must be the first to correctly answer trivia questions about rosacea and the PSA.  A total of four participants who are the first to answer trivia questions will be selected to win the prize packs.  Please see giveaway rules below.

Please RSVP here: bit.ly/Jjnyb7.

The official rules can be found here.

Disclosure: The Twitter Party is sponsored by Galderma Laboratories, L.P.

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