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

Timolol (Timoptic) for the redness of rosacea

The glaucoma treament Timolol is to be trialed as a treatment for the facial redness of rosacea. Timolol is a non-selective beta-adrenergic receptor antagonist, somewhat similar to Brimonidine. Mirvaso is the recently approved treatment for the red face of rosacea that is based on bromonidine. Timolol has been used in the past as a dermatological agent […]

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Foamix Minocycline Foam (FMX103) still in development

Confirmation today that Foamix’s minocycline based FMX103 is still in clinical trials as a rosacea treatment. A press release from the company tells us that the Phase 2 trials have completed. The trial compared 3% minocycline foam, 1.5% minocycline foam and the vehicle foam. Foamix are hopeful that their foam formulation of topical minocycline can […]

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Omiganan still in the rosacea pipeline

There aren’t many drugs currently in late development for rosacea. Finacea foam and Soolantra have been approved, and it looks like Azultro is on the way. One of the remaining drugs that is still inching its way through the approval process is Omiganan. Confirmation that Omiganan is still alive in the rosacea development pipeline comes from […]

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Rhofade is gentler than Mirvaso

Two small updates on the progress of topical oxymetazoline (now known as Rhofade) towards being available as another treatment for the redness of rosacea. The update tells us firstly that Allergan’s Oxymetazoline based product is in indeed in the final stages of approval, having completed Phase 3 trials and been submitted to the FDA for […]

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Gallo et al. patent Mast Cell Stabilizers

A 2014 patent application has surfaced that points to a potential new family of topical rosacea treatments. Drs. Gallo, Nardo and Muto have filed for a patent covering the role of mast cell stabilizers in treating rosacea. The patent also covers the inhibition and stimulation of vitamin D3, cathelicidin and serine protease, and how the […]

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