Dr. Sy and Dr. Soldo join the RRF MAC

Written by on August 16, 2005 in research foundation with 7 Comments

The Rosacea Research Foundation has announced that Dr. Linda Sy and Dr. Nicholas Soldo have agreed to join the Foundation’s Medical Advisory Committee.

Many will know Dr. Linda Sy MD as a dermatologist from her involvement with The Rosacea Support Group and her skincare range. Dr. Nicholas Soldo MD is known for his expertise in IPL and has treated many thousands of rosacea sufferers.

The RRF thanks Dr. Sy and Dr. Soldo for allowing rosacea sufferers to benefit from their passion and expertise in the field of rosacea.

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7 Reader Comments

  1. Carol says:

    I love Dr. Sy’s products . Very calming to the skiin.

  2. Me too ! She has created some well-loved products for us rosacea sufferers to use. Tinted ZincO is the best !

  3. Suzanne says:

    I was advised to use Westcort cream on my face due to extreme itching from 1981 to 1998. Rosacea was diagnosed in 1998 along with very thin skin and trauma to my complexion. I am now 67 with delicate skin and have not been able to find a super sensitive sunscreen that is not irritating. I have had 30+ laser treatments over the years which have helped somewhat. However, I still remain unable to use any sunscreen to date. I can only use LaRoche Posay cleanser/moisturizer/spring water but not their sunscreen. I have tried more than 30 different ones over the years. I am now experimenting with MD Solar Sciences SPF40 with little success so far. I do like the light texture on my face which is so important for me.

    What are your suggestions for highly super sensitive sunscreens?

    Thank you so much for help.

  4. Hi Suzanne,

    Have you tried the ZincO Cream ?

    How about Vanicream Sunscreen SPF30 SPF60?


  5. Suzanne says:

    I have tried the Vanicream line with negative results. The Zinco Cream will need to be very light in texture so that I do not have to rub it into my skin. What is the texture like and is it for extremely sensitive skin?

    Thank yo so much for your comments.


  6. It is very smooth but will need to be rubbed in a little to be absorbed. It was formulated to be as gentle as possible for rosacea sufferers but Linda did acknowledge that it wouldn’t be useable but absolutely everyone. Good luck!

  7. Suzanne says:

    Thank you so much for your quick response. I will try her untinted Zinco–

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