Archive for October, 2007

Recent Rosacea Blog Posts

I love CHOICE Magazine in Australia. They do great reviews, always concentrating on practical outcomes. A recent report dealt with moisturisers (yes we spell them with an “s”) on the Australian market that also contain sunscreen. For those that want both the protection offered by a sunscreen and a good moisturizer, this report is for […]

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Rosacea Pictures: papules, pustules, red nose and acne

Here are some photos of some rosacea flare ups from the year 2000. At that stage I was trying to work out whether they were caused by being too experimental with new treatments or trying to cut out the antibiotics too quickly. Being mostly fair skinned, a rosacea red nose stands out a mile away. […]

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In this case report of one patient, the papules and pustules of rosacea were difficult to treat until oral ivermectin was included in the treatment regime. This 2007 paper is similar to a 2002 paper, Treatment of rosacea-like demodicidosis with oral ivermectin and topical permethrin cream. The 2002 paper is also a case report of […]

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Rosacure (synchrorose) User Reviews

Rosacure has been around for a while and is easily available, but it seems that this is a product that only a handful of rosacea-support members rave about it. The product’s genesis and marketing are  good, so lets look at some of the available background information and product reviews. The marketing for rosacure says : […]

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The National Rosacea Society has today posted a blog item about some new research into wanting to quantify the severity of ocular rosacea symptoms. From Scoring Aids Eye Research The new questionnaire, called the Severity Criteria of Ocular Rosacea (SCOR), includes more than 25 signs and symptoms of ocular rosacea observed by both physician and […]

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