Archive for March, 2007

Recent Rosacea Blog Posts

Aveeno Ultra Calming with Feverfew: User Reviews

There is a lot of interest from rosacea sufferers in treating their rosacea with natural or herbal therapies and remedies. Many shy away from treatments like antibiotics and metrogel. So far the best collection of information about natural products I’ve found is a paper called Treatment of Rosacea with Herbal Ingredients. One of the herbs […]

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No real surprises here – this study finding that ocular rosacea affects sufferers’ quality of life. Quality of life impact of ocular rosacea, Tanya Dannemann, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA, United States; Kimberly Nicholson, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, United States; Justin Estaris, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, United States; Suephy Chen, MD, MS, Emory University, […]

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 UPDATE: the trial is now closed to new applicants. Fiona Fox, who is a PhD student at The Centre for Appearance Research, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK, is looking for young people with a skin condition to take part in some research online. She is looking for 11-18 year olds from any country. You can read […]

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Although this poster session doesn’t name Xolegel as the product that was studied, it looks likely that this is the product as the company involved, Barrier Therapeutics has recently gained FDA approval for Xolegel (also known as sebazole). Anti-inflammatory effects of ketoconazole: Clinical benefits in the treatment of seborrheic dermatitis, Lieve Vandeplassche, Barrier Therapeutics, Princeton, NJ, […]

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