Ocular Rosacea

Ocular rosacea can seem really a long way symptoms-wise from the more recognizable acne like symptoms of facial rosacea. Ocular rosacea can also be hard to distinguish with meibomian gland dysfunction and other similar conditions. Most visitors to these pages want to know straight up how to treat ocular rosacea.

Recent Rosacea Blog Posts

How to Make your Doctor a Rosacea Expert

Do you sometimes feel that you are better read than your doctor when it comes to rosacea? Well this might be the case, especially when you consider that there are so many medical conditions for your doctor to consider, and the generally easily available medical information available on the internet. Of course the quality of […]

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Omega 3 Fatty Acids good for Dry Eye and Ocular Rosacea

This just published paper is confirming that the long term usage of Omega 3 Fatty Acids are a great supplement for ocular rosacea sufferers. According to the main measures related to ocular rosacea symptoms, 6 months supplementation of Omega 3 FAs, will offer relief to ocular rosacea symptoms – as indicated by the following quantitative […]

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Demodex may prolong and intensify ocular rosacea

An edition of a clinical newspaper for optometrists – Helio.com/optometry’s Primary Care Optometry News features an article on the relationship between demodex infestation and ocular rosacea symptoms. The web site appears to have broken formatting, so is difficult to read, but here are some extracts you may find interesting. We know that the 3 main […]

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TheraTears Sterilid eyelid scrubs with tea tree oil

For those seeking an alternative to the Cliradex eyelid wipes, sterilid from thera tears might be worth considering. The “Natural based formula” used in TheraTears Sterilid Eyelid Cleanser contains Tea Tree Oil and Linalool. We know that TTO has anti-bacterial actions and can also kill demodex mites.  Linalool is a naturally occurring terpene alcohol chemical found […]

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Cliradex T4O wipes for treating Eye Lash Mites

In mid 2012 we learned that a company called Tissue Tech was going to trial single use T4O wipes as a treatment for ocular demodex mites. Early last year Bio-Tissue Inc., the parent company of Tissue Tech announced the release of Cliradex. This new product is promoted as a tea tree oil based moist towelette […]

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