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Recent Rosacea Blog Posts

Soolantra Cream works really well, but Nobody Knows Why!

The clinical trial data for Galderma’s upcoming 1% Ivermectin Cream product (known during development as CD5024) is looking quite good. The data is showing that Ivermectin Cream is able to effectively reduce the papules and pustules of rosacea. There may even be some hints that it has a lower adverse reaction rate compared to its […]

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Topical Ivermectin 0.5% being trialled for Demodicidosis and rosacea papules

A just listed clinical trial shows a continuing interest in the usage of Topical Ivermectin for rosacea like syptoms. This trial will see how well Ivermectin can treat Demodicidosis and the associated symptoms of redness, dryness, itch, roughness and scaling. What is Demodicidosis? Demodicidosis is a condition where there is an infestation of demodex mites. […]

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Mirvaso Gel Judged Safe and Efficacious Long Term

This just published paper, in the peer-reviewed Journal of Drugs in Dermatology, again asserts that Mirvaso is “efficacious and safe“ for daily use over 1 year. This study details a trial of 345 users over a year, whilst the Mirvaso Prescribing Information quotes results from 276 users over 1 year. The previously published long term […]

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Anatabloc Cream helps moderate rosacea

We first heard about Anatabloc Cream (Antabine) a year ago when Rock Creek Pharmaceuticals listed a clinical trial to assess the safety and effects of Anatabine in the appearance of rosacea symptoms. Now the clinical trial results have been written up in an article in Case Reports in Dermatology. The results are modest, but encouraging […]

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DRM02 (topical kinase inhibitor) for lesions of Rosacea

A new topical, being called DRM02 has been listed at ClinicalTrials as being investigated as safe and effective for the lesions of rosacea. ClinicalTrials is one way that rosacea sufferers find out about new potential treatments that are undergoing early clinical trials. What is DRM02? I know that each time I see a new trial […]

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