Recent Rosacea Blog Posts

4-ethoxybenzaldehyde is the active ingredient (known as Quadrinone) in the Cutanix Dramatic Relief (DRL) line of products. This paper is published proof of the efficacy of the Cutanix products that contain Quadrinone. Efficacy of 1% 4-ethoxybenzaldehyde in reducing facial erythema. Dermatologic Surgery, 2005 July, Page 881-885; discussion 885. BACKGROUND: Facial erythema is a common postsurgical […]

Continue Reading

boswellia and endothelial inflammation

Written by on September 27, 2005 in research with 0 Comments

Human genome screen to identify the genetic basis of the anti-inflammatory effects of Boswellia in microvascular endothelial cells. DNA and Cell Biology, Apr 2005, Vol. 24, No. 4: 244-255 Abstract: Inflammatory disorders represent a substantial health problem. Medicinal plants belonging to the Burseraceae family, including Boswellia, are especially known for their anti-inflammatory properties. The gum […]

Continue Reading

VEGF and vasodilation

Written by on September 23, 2005 in research, VEGF with 1 Comment

An in-depth article to do with the effect of VEGF on the vasodilation and vasorelaxation of blood vessels. Vasodilator effect and mechanism of action of vascular endothelial growth factor in skin vasculature American Journal of Physiology Heart and Circulatory Physiology 286: H946-H954, 2004. Abstract: Various laboratories have reported that local subcutaneous or subdermal injection of […]

Continue Reading

From Skin and Allergy News, July 2005. The number of patients being diagnosed with rosacea has grown exponentially in the last few years, but the veracity of all those diagnoses may be questionable, speakers said at an annual Hawaii dermatology seminar sponsored by the Skin Disease Education Foundation. “Rosacea diagnoses rose 55% between 1996 and […]

Continue Reading

retinaldehyde may reduce VEGF

Written by on August 18, 2005 in research, VEGF with 1 Comment

From Skin and Allergy News, July 2005, Think Outside the Box for Rosacea Tx Options. Cherie Detrie, M.D., director of cosmetic dermatology at the University of Pennsylvania in Radnor, said “the retinaldehyde offers rosacea patients who may have sensitive skin the benefits of retinoids with fewer side effects.” She described the formulation as a “way […]

Continue Reading



Subscribe to Rosacea News

Enter your email address to receive the latest news about rosacea in your inbox.