Archive for July, 2010

Recent Rosacea Blog Posts

Just published in the June 2010 edition of the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology is a study comparing “Finacea in combination with Oracea” with “Metrogel in combination with Oracea”. Seeing this abstract published makes me want to let out a loud groan. So much of what we see as recently published rosacea research is just […]

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Pyratine XR offers long term benefits

Always quick to generate a press release, Pyratine XR has been seen some recently published research, this time on the long term efficacy when treating mild to moderate rosacea. This latest research is in addition to the May 2009 JDD article, Topical PRK 124 (0.125%) lotion for improving the signs and symptoms of rosacea, and […]

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The Innovation of Natural Ingredients in Skin Care products

Are skin care products better for your skin, and less likely to be bad for rosacea sufferers, just because they contain natural ingredients ? Of course the answer to this seemingly simple question answer is not straight forward. Regardless of the answer to this question, the interest in natural products to treat rosacea is very […]

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With this recent abstract we learn about a new group of International Rosacea Experts. Up until now the best known group of rosacea experts was organised by the National Rosacea Society, and was referred to as the Rosacea Expert Committee. The NRS Expert Committee over the years has been responsible for amongst others the 4 […]

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The NRS Blog has an article today which is an easy to read summary of some recent research into ocular symptoms and demodex mite bacteria. Mites and Eye Symptoms A new study has found there may be a link between ocular rosacea and bacteria associated with Demodex mites, microscopic inhabitants of normal skin that tend […]

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