Can you treat your rosacea skin at home ? Even though you might not have access to the latest and greatest (and expensive) rosacea prescriptions, there are several things you can use at home to give your skin the best chance at recovering from the inflammation of rosacea. From honey to aspirin to oatmeal to green tea, as well as a range of natural treatments, there is plenty for you to try.
Recent Rosacea Blog Posts
This paper details a rosacea sufferer who suffered from rosacea lesions on his scalp, and was successfully treated with 8 weeks of Oracea and twice daily probiotics. The rosacea extended to a lesser extent to his cheeks and nose, and he also suffered from blepharitis and conjuctivitis. The patient ceased Oracea, but continuted with the […]
It is wise to not become too complacent when taking all forms of dietary supplements. Even naturally based supplements can have unintended – and as detailed here, deadly consequences. The person mentioned in this news report was taking a weight loss product that contained concentrated green tea extract, as well as Garcinia Cambogia. A severe […]
A poster session at the just completed 2015 AAD Meeting in San Francisco has published some results that show a special formulation of Kanuka Honey is able to benefit rosacea sufferers. The information around this announcement tells us that a `large clinical trial has proved that Honevo, a medical grade kanuka honey formulation, developed by […]
A research letter published recently in Focus on Alternative and Complementary Therapies has detailed some very early investigations into whether topical kanuka honey might be suitable as a treatment for rosacea. The trial of topical kaunka honey was conducted on 10 patients who attend a doctor’s surgery in Tauranga, New Zealand. Patients applied medical-grade kanuka honey […]
A recently published paper introduces us to a new form of at-home therapy based on high frequency ultrasound. The Skinova treatment using sound waves at a very high frequency of 10 MHz. This allows treatments to a depth of around 0.3cm. At this depth we are told that “the effect is mainly concentrated on the […]