David Pascoe

David Pascoe started the Rosacea Support Group in October 1998.

How to survive Rosacea in Winter

How to survive Rosacea in Winter

An article today put together by University of Utah Health Care’s Department of Dermatology gives some simple tips for how to survive rosacea in winter. The advice centres around remember sunscreen avoid hot drinks don’t keep too warm moisturize humidify and hydrate Avoid Triggers and moisturize – We can do better These sorts of lists are […]

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Demodex Mites are hard to study

Written by on January 5, 2016 in Demodex Mites, What Causes Rosacea? with 0 Comments
Demodex Mites are hard to study

Here we have one of the leading demodex and rosacea researchers explaining why demodex mites are might hard to study. The researchers are highlighting 4 main reasons that studying demodex mites is hard ; finding them, extracting them photographing them alive, keeping them alive while studying them and proving a human immune response to the […]

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Soolantra better than Metrogel at long term remission

Soolantra better than Metrogel at long term remission

This just-published study finds that once your rosacea is under control, Soolantra once a day will likely do a better job at keeping papules and pustules at bay compared to Metrogel 0.75% twice per day. Why not Metrogel 1%? Interestingly this study did not compare Soolantra against Metrogel 1%, but Metrogel 0.75%. The leaves us […]

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What a “sponsored” post looks like

What a “sponsored” post looks like

Bloggers sometimes write sponsored posts about a topic that they may or may not be interested in. If you have never seen what a sponsored post might look like, I have linked to one below. This post highlights Mirvaso and Soolantra, seeking to promote these products through the voice of a blogger and user of […]

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I want to hear from *you*

Written by on December 10, 2015 in To Be Filed with 6 Comments
I want to hear from *you*

Can you do me a favour? You are already reading this, so please continue on and give me some feedback. I have been sending out rosacea news updates for many years now. You might have even been getting my commentary and updates, free, in your inbox for several years yourself. Now I’m asking you to […]

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