David Pascoe

David Pascoe started the Rosacea Support Group in October 1998.

Mirvaso launches promotional rediswrong.com web site

Mirvaso launches promotional rediswrong.com web site

Galderma is ramping up its promotion of Mirvaso with the launch of a web site to promote the idea that a red face is just wrong. The site is a funnel page, attempting to direct you over to mirvaso.com. This type of web site is known as a `direct to consumer symptom awareness campaign’ – […]

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Mirvaso has been approved across Europe

Mirvaso has been approved across Europe

News today that Mirvaso has gained approval  or Marketing Authorisation as they call it, by the European Commission. This means that Mirvaso is approved for sale and will soon be available across the European Community, at the will and availability of Galderma. So Mirvaso is now approved for sale in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, […]

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Nestle now calling the shots at Galderma

Written by on February 18, 2014 in Galderma, in the news with 3 Comments
Nestle now calling the shots at Galderma

Galderma, the biggest pharmaceutical company of interest to rosacea sufferers has had a subtle, but potentially important change in ownership. Galderma was created in 1981 as a joint venture between L’Oréal and Nestlé and is of course known for their prescription products like Metrogel, Oracea and Mirvaso as well as skincare products like Cetaphil. So […]

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Mysterious PAC-14028 1% Cream for Red Face

Written by on February 10, 2014 in research with 5 Comments

An intriguing clinical trial has surfaced for a cream that is so far unknown to rosacea sufferers. The makers of this cream, which is in Phase 2 trials, Amore Pacific Corporation is located in South Korea. Amore Pacific makes impressively expensive cosmetics. I wonder if anyone has tried their premium products? It is encouraging to see them […]

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Afrin (Oxymetazoline) Safe Off Label Drug for a Red Face

Afrin (Oxymetazoline) Safe Off Label Drug for a Red Face

This paper from Hospital Pharmacy is giving a guarded approval for the use of Oxymetazoline topically for the redness of rosacea. Even though the FDA has not approved Oxymetazoline as a topical skin treatment, it is approved as a nasal decongestant. Doctors are able to prescribe drugs for off-label use, that is once a drug […]

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