Archive for March, 2009

Recent Rosacea Blog Posts

ZENMED User Reviews

Those who have been around on the internet for a while won’t have failed to notice ZENMED. ZENMED (they use all capitals) are good at advertising and have a high profile through their advertising campaigns. In fact because Zenmed use Google Adwords you can sometimes see advertisements for them here on I have tried […]

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AAD: natural ingredients have a role in rosacea therapy

As promised in my 67th AAD Meeting SFO, rosacea highlights news item, here are some updates from the conference proceedings and handouts. In this update we’ll look at how Dr. Downie suggests that natural ingredients do have a role in the treatment of rosacea. It is encouraging to see these complementary ingredients feverfew, green tea […]

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The UK newspaper The Daily Telegraph has a short fluff piece on IPL. As is usually the case with this style of article there is little substance. The reporter was not impressed with the results but was impressed with the pain and bruising and swelling. Intense Pulsed Light (IPL): miracle cure or waste of money? […]

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Galderma, the makers of Oracea are suing Mylan Pharmaceuticals for allegedly infringing 4 patents related to their sub-antimicrobiotic dose doxycycline product Oracea. State University of New York, Galderma Sue Mylan March 20 (Bloomberg) — The State University of New York, Galderma Laboratories LP and New York University sued generic- drug maker Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc. for […]

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The NRS have an entry up on their weblog discussing the link between sunburn and rosacea. A study of 65 healthy subjects and 65 moderate to severe rosacea sufferers found that the rosacea patients `had significantly higher rates of blistering sunburns that those without rosacea’. Sadly there was no conclusion as to whether the extra […]

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