New Rosacea Treatments

One of the hottest areas of interest online for rosacea sufferers is new rosacea treatments. From the industry heavyweights like Galderma, Allergan, Bayer, Valeant and Stiefel to little companies like MooGoo there is a lot of interest in the up and coming rosacea treatments. See below for the latest information about what is just over the horizon.

Recent Rosacea Blog Posts

DER45-EV Gel from Sol-Gel files for IND

News today that Sol-Gel Technologies has filed for Investigational New Drug for a product they are calling DED45-EV. This topical gel is targeted as a treatment for rosacea. There doesn’t seem to be other copies of this release, or related information so this could just be a pure PR exercise. The exact details of the […]

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Sol-Gel Trialling Benzoyl Peroxide (DER 45 EV) for Rosacea

An intriguing Clinical Trial has been listed on the web site. The product know only as DER 45 EV Gel (in strengths of 1% and 5%) has been listed in a dose-range trial for the papules and pustules of rosacea. Clinical Trial NCT00940992, A Dose-Range of DER 45-EV in Treatment of Rosacea (SGT-EBPO1-09) To […]

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Oxymetazoline good for 6 hours and safe for 3 months

This poster abstract is an update to the paper that was published in Archives of Dermatology in 2007 and was covered by Rosacea News as Sansrosa’s sister to enter redness race. This now expanded abstract suggests that oxymetazoline is effective for up to 6 hours after application and no side effects have been seen after […]

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Sansrosa’s Sister (oxymetazoline) to enter redness race

PubMed pushed out an interesting abstract in the last couple of days. A bit of digging reveals what looks to be a running mate for COL-118/Sansrosa. COL-118 and Oxymetazoline appear to be promoted by separate groups of researchers. This is good news for rosacea sufferers as it means there may well be a choice between […]

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This AAD Poster discussion session introduces the possibility of treating rosacea with Solaraze Gel. This topical has not been officially approved for use in rosacea, so be sure to get the close support of your doctor when emarking on this off-label regime. Photographic results of the use of diclofenac sodium 3% topical gel in the […]

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