Archive for August, 2009

Recent Rosacea Blog Posts

An interesting looking patent application proposing a water based sunscreen for rosacea sufferers has surfaced at the USPTO. Many rosacea sufferers will know the trauma of finding a sunscreen that is gentle enough to not cause a bad reaction and effective enough to protect from the harm of the sun. For me the sun has […]

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So Does Acupuncture Work for Rosacea, or Not ?

For me acupuncture has always been part of some kind of ancient mythology. Humans are controlled by a brain that has complex neurological pathways to all corners of their bodies. Can inserting fine needles in to the so-called “meridians along energy flows” in these pathways help your rosacea ? If you are looking for hard […]

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Epsom salts or Milk of Magnesia actually works ?

A few newspapers have picked up this Question & Answer article where rosacea sufferers are encouraged to try Epsom salts (magnesium sulfate) or Milk of Magnesia on their skin. One can imagine that a bath with Epsom salts would be relaxing, but I’m not sure that it is a reliable rosacea treatment per se. One […]

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Promiseb Topical Cream for Seborrheic Dermatitis

I was alerted to the launch of a product called Promiseb by a comment left on the Sebclair for Seborrheic Dermatitis post. Since then the news web sites are also covering the press release. Promiseb (probably pronounced Promi-seb) is launching in the U.S. via Promius Pharma, after being licensed from Sinclair Pharma in 2007. Promiseb […]

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