What Causes Rosacea?

Just what does cause rosacea ? You will find a myriad of suggestions out there. Visit this archive for the latest research information about both what is thought to cause rosacea and also what is thought to make your symptoms worsen.

Recent Rosacea Blog Posts

Soolantra is both anti-inflammatory and anti-demodex

This paper is exploring the reasons for Soolantra’s success in treating the lumps and bumps of rosacea; its dual method of action – both as an antiparasitic and anti-inflammatory. The research was able to show that along with the improvement in rosacea symptoms, trialists had a significant reduction in the amount of demodex mites present […]

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Rosacea is linked to migraines in women

A just published paper has found a statistical link between rosacea and migraines. Specifically, the research has found that female rosacea sufferers over the age of 50 had a `significantly higher prevalence and risk of incident migraine’. So what might we learn about treating both rosacea and migraines from this research? The takeaways from this […]

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Trial to chase how Soolantra works

A clinical trial supported by Galderma is to be conducted at UCSD to determine via changes in inflammatory markers, how Ivermectin works to relieve rosacea symptoms. After 12 weeks participants will be examined to determine changes in serine protease activity and expression of cathelicidin (LL-37) mRNA. Any changes found in these inflammatory markers will be correlated […]

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Dementia risk still quite low

You may have read articles online recently detailing all manner of discoveries relating to how having rosacea can raise your risk of having dementia – twice the chance of Parkinson’s or something like that. The recent publication of a large study done in Denmark certainly has gained some publicity across the internet. A recent commentary on […]

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Stanford continuing Genetic link to Rosacea

Last year a group of researchers from Stanford University and 23andMe, lead by Dr. Anne Chang published some ground breaking discoveries relating to 2 genes that looked like they might be related to rosacea symptoms. The findings were described by Stanford; Genetic basis of rosacea identified by researchers The researchers compared the genomes of rosacea […]

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