Botulinum Toxin (Botox)

Better known for it’s cosmetic use, the highly toxic protein known as Clostridium Botulinum A, Botox shows promise as an adjunctive treatment for rosacea. See Botox User Reviews for more information on how rosacea sufferers are using Botox.

Recent Rosacea Blog Posts

Novoxel’s Tixel breaks the skin, botox breaks the flushing

Here is a new (ok novel if you have to use that term) treatment for the most difficult to treat redness and flushing of rosacea. Researchers used a thermomechanical device to break holes into the surface of the skin, and topical botox to treat the most severe redness and flusing of rosacea. How does it work […]

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Mirvaso + Dysport being trialed together

A clinical trial has been listed proposing the combination of Mirvaso and Dysport (the Galderma owned Botox-like product) to treat the redness and flushing of rosacea. So if you have ever wondered whether botox and Mirvaso might work well together, this trial is for you. The trial will examine how well the combination of Mirvaso […]

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More reports on Botox for redness and flushing

A 2015 paper details 2 patients with severe flushing and redness being treated with injections of Botox. The first patient had suffered 2 years of flushing and erythema triggered by heat, sun exposure, stress, spicy food and cosmetics. The second patient had suffered from 3 years of redness and flushing. Both had tried a series of […]

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Xeomin (Botulinum Toxin Type A) being Trialled as a Rosacea Treatment

The BOTOX relative Xeomin is to be trialled as a treatment on the cheeks of rosacea sufferers. We are not told in the trial description if the rosacea symptom of interest is the flushing or blushing associated with rosacea, but this can probably be taken as a given. Just 10 patients will be involved in […]

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Botox for Neural Symptoms and Flushing, User Reviews

Some interesting discussions from both experts and users of botox treatments for rosacea have are emerging online and are worth reviewing. A quick search on Google shows that several clinics are now offering botox as part of their rosacea treatments. Better known for it’s cosmetic use, the highly toxic protein known as C. botulinum, Botox […]

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