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Aczone Fails to Impress for Rosacea

We don’t often get to see the actual results from clinical trials. Companies are happy to receive publicity for their research and development programs, especially if a new product looks promising. If things don’t go we during clinical trials, though, it seems that we just never hear about that product again. Allergan, the makes of […]

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Intendis, the makers of Finacea are to trial the combination of ND:Yag laser treatment with and without the addition of Finacea during treatment. As the study will be a spilt face trial, researchers will be able to show that the addition of Finacea does, or does not make a difference to the outcome of the […]

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Tanda Luxe (Red LEDs) for Facial Wrinkles and Cheek Rosacea

A clinical trial has been listed for the Tanda Luxe, a Red LED device that is to be used as a treatment for wrinkles and facial rosacea, especially on the cheeks. The Tända Luxe is approved by the FDA for over-the-counter treatment of wrinkles, rhytides and fine lines around the eye region. The trial will […]

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I have been contacted by Yvonne Law from Biometrix, who are looking for volunteers in San Francisco who are interesting in trialing a new product from a well known cosmetic company. The product is a “facial SPF with green tint corrector to reduce facial redness”. The company says that this product is “now being researched […]

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Allergan Trialing Oxymetazoline for Facial Redness

A just-posted trial notification shows very early clinical trials by Allergan, for their product they have named AGN-199201. The double blind trial will compare 3 different formulations of AGN-199201 with with the vehicle. The decrease in redness will be assessed by the clinician and participant after 5 days of use. As the trial is for […]

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