David Pascoe

David Pascoe started the Rosacea Support Group in October 1998.

Rhofade Savings Card now available

Rhofade Savings Card now available

 Allergan has announced the availability of the Rhofade Cream Savings Program, which is promoted as allowing access to a prescription of Rhofade for as little as $35. This out-of-pocket amount only applies if you have commercial insurance that covers Rhofade. If your insurance does not cover Rhofade `you may pay as little as $75′. The […]

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Sarecycline for acne and rosacea

Sarecycline for acne and rosacea

I don’t know if rosacea sufferers really need another tetracycline variant, but Allergan has published some promising Phase III trial data for Sarecycline as a treatment for the lesions of moderate to severe acne. Whilst no longer being directly promoted as a treatment for rosacea (and indeed it is not clear if Allergan will be […]

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Rhofade User Reviews

Rhofade User Reviews

Allergan’s Oxymetazoline based cream, Rhofade (oxymetazoline hydrochloride cream 1%) – for the treatment of the redness of rosacea is now generally available. Does it work to effectively and safely reduce the redness of rosacea? You have come to the right page to find out. Some Oxymetazoline History For rosacea sufferers it has been a long […]

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Cetaphil Redness Relieving – Daily Facial Moisturizer Reviews

Cetaphil Redness Relieving – Daily Facial Moisturizer Reviews

Galderma are continuing to build out their rosacea portfolio, this time with a new series of anti-redness products in their Cetaphil range. We know that Galderma sees a future in the cosmetic realm, as well as pursuing the prescription treatment market. Cetainly Galderma see their Cetaphil range as a premium product, capable of generating profit […]

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Proof that LEDs dampen down rosacea

Written by on March 31, 2017 in LED Therapy with 14 Comments
Proof that LEDs dampen down rosacea

Some more research investigating and proving that LEDs and Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT) are good options for treating rosacea symptoms. Researchers from South Korea trialed a range of LED wavelengths from 410 nm to 940 nm and fluences ranging from 1-40 J/cm2, and measured how their usage leads to a reduction in markers that […]

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