Natural Treatments

It is common for rosacea sufferers to want to find natural treatments. A wise man once said there are no alternative treatments, only proven treatments. So how do you resolve the conflict between the formal drug development process that can result in proven treatments and the desire to seek alternatives, based in nature, that may never prove their worth? In this group of articles I have sought to collect the best evidence we have for natural remedies for rosacea.

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Polyphenols offer promise for rosacea symptoms

This paper offers a review of the published research relating to the use of polyphenols to treat rosacea symptoms. The papers’ authors undertook a literature review to find which members of the polyphenol family offer proven efficacy when treating rosacea symptoms. Polyphenols comprise a very large number of compounds – for eg. their members can […]

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Iranian Traditional Medicince to treat Rosacea

Many rosacea sufferers are looking for a natural way to treat their rosacea symptoms. This quest can often be frustrating as there are very few nature-sourced treatments that have been proven to be effective. This paper published in the Asian Journal of Clinical Case Reports for Traditional and Alternative Medicine details the case of one […]

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Probiotics and Oracea for Scalp Rosacea

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 […]

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Green Tea and Garcinia Cambogia supplements warning

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 […]

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RGC – Rosmarinic Acid, Gallic acid, and Caffeic Acid for the redness of rosacea

A recent article published in Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology hints at 3 new active molecules that show promise for the redness of rosacea. The combination of caffeic acid, rosmarinic acid, and gallic acid (RGC for short) is described as a new potent dermocosmetic ingredient. The research concludes `that 2% RGC topically applied on the […]

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