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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OK, they don’t say that it is Eucerin Redness Relief, but there are some big hints – “four-product skin care regimen ” and “gentle cleansing, UVA/UVB protection, effective moisturization, and concealing pigments”. This sure sounds like Soothing Cleanser, Daily Perfecting Lotion, Tone Perfecting Cream and Soothing Night Cream that makes up Eucerin Redness Relief. The […]

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Below are some extracts of rosacea-support member experiences with a soap based on sea buckthorn oil. Most are refering to the soap made by Facedoctor. I had a look through the archives and it is difficult to find positive reports for this product. The web site selling this product claims that FaceDoctor Rejuvenating Soap, with […]

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Can Sea Buckthorn Oil Cure Rosacea ? Can it Touch Demodex ?

You don’t have to look too far on the internet to find grand claims about how good sea buckthorn oil is at treating rosacea. One vendor selling sea buckthorn products has a research page that makes claims using words like `breakthrough’, `dramatically reduces redness’ and `Seabuckthorn kills mites that cause Rosacea’. Another rosacea website touts sea […]

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This relatively recently published paper is a summary of the key therapeutic uses of sea buckthorn oil. It presents an overview of the research to hand detailing what benefit has been shown from this versatile bush and fruit. I have extracted a section relating to skin therapy. On the internet many claims can be found […]

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Effect of dietary supplementation with sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) seed and pulp oils on the fatty acid composition of skin glycerophospholipids of patients with atopic dermatitis. Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry, 2000 Jun;11(6):338-40. Baoru Yang, Kirsti O. Kalimo, Raija L. Tahvonen, Leena M. Mattila, Jouko K. Katajisto and Heikki P. Kallio. Sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) seed […]

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