David Pascoe

David Pascoe started the Rosacea Support Group in October 1998.

Trump uses Soolantra for his rosacea

Written by on January 17, 2018 in in the news, Soolantra (Ivermectin Cream 1%) with 1 Comment
Trump uses Soolantra for his rosacea

President Trump’s mandatory physical exam has been concluded and the results made public. We knew already that Trump has rosacea and was likely taking Oracea, but now we have confirmation that he is apparently instead, using Soolantra. White House doctor says President Trump is in “excellent” health Last Updated Jan 16, 2018 6:20 PM EST […]

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Hovione Trialing topical HY01 Minocycline Gel

Hovione Trialing topical HY01 Minocycline Gel

In a crowded rosacea topical market, Hovione is trialing a new topical antibiotic formulation – 1% vs. 3% minocycline gel. HY01 is said to be based on a “proprietary formulation of crystalline minocycline base and oil-based excipients.” In the topical anti-papule and pustule market, this new formulation of Minocycline is up against the industry heavyweights […]

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Rhofade wins Allure’s `Breakthrough Product’ Award

Rhofade wins Allure’s `Breakthrough Product’ Award

Rhofade has achieved some publicity through an award from Allure, the well known beauty magazine brand. The award is called the Allure Beauty Breakthrough Award and was  given for `making great strides in educating media and consumers about ongoing facial redness due to rosacea’. Rhofade seems to be generally liked by rosacea sufferers – see Rhofade User Reviews […]

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Bye Bye Under Eye Launched the it Cosmetics Empire

Written by on December 19, 2017 in Cosmetics and Makeup, in the news, Rosacea Skin Care with 5 Comments
Bye Bye Under Eye Launched the it Cosmetics Empire

  A recent article in Vanity Fair highlights Bye Bye Under Eye from It Cosmetics as the product that launched Jamie Kern Lima’s journey to create a billion dollar beauty brand. Of interest to roacea sufferers is that fact that Kern-Lima’s struggles with covering up her stubborn rosacea lead to the creation of the concealer, and this […]

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Prescriptions may be cheaper without insurance!

Written by on December 14, 2017 in prescriptions with 3 Comments
Prescriptions may be cheaper without insurance!

Add this to your list of weird things about healthcare, but the NY Times has an article today highlighting that in some cases you are better off not to use your medical insurance when filling a prescription. In particular the article notes that for one rosacea sufferer, her prescription of a “lotion called sulfacetamide sodium” […]

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