Recent Rosacea Blog Posts

How Much Would You Pay to Cure Your Rosacea?

Most published abstracts are a pretty dry read. This one is about as dry as they come. How about titling it “Rosacea Sufferers Willing To Pay Less than Vitiligo, Even the Women!”. Now that makes it sound more interesting right? Well that is the gist of this paper. Researchers have come up with the idea […]

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“Medical Crowdsourcing” via CureTogether – the new cheap data collection method

A recent article in the Dermatology Online Journal introduced me to a new online support group site. Apparently is a major medical crowdsourcing site. What is crowdsourcing? Well crowdsourcing is a new buzzword which basically means to get your information from the “crowd” or as many people as you can. Online this term generally […]

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I have to admit that I had never heard of Uriage Thermal Water before reading this poster abstract. Best I can tell, Uriage Thermal Water is a mineral water sourced from the French Alps.  It “possesses an exceptionally high content of mineral salts and trace elements in comparison with thermal waters used in dermatology (i.e. […]

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Thought that the following Poster Session from the recent 2012 AAD Annual Meeting in San Diego was encouraging because we really do want to see new products being developed specifically for people with sensitive skin. La Roche Posay is one of the skincare brands owned by L’Oreal. La Roche Posay may be known to rosacea […]

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Sulphur Still a Classic Treatment for Rosacea (2012 AAD San Diego)

  The following Poster Session from the 2012 AAD meeting in San Diego aimed to raise the profile of the use of sulphur as a treatment in rosacea. Did you know that Sulfur was first proposed as a treatment for rosacea in 1855 ! I wasn’t aware that sulphur was able to kill demodex mites, […]

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