What rosacea topic do you most want to read about ?

Written by on June 11, 2010 in research with 52 Comments

If you could ask for a topic for an article on rosacea, what would you ask for ?

I have been approached by someone who is contemplating writing an article that would be interesting for rosacea sufferers to read. This article could be published in a magazine or journal and depending on the topic could contain some useful research as well.

So here is your chance to suggest what you would most like to read about.

Go for it, what do you want to see written about ?

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About the Author: David Pascoe started the Rosacea Support Group in October 1998. .

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52 Reader Comments

  1. Tim says:

    Oral antifungal treatments for seb derm. How safe are they?
    Studies seem to indicate no problems, but doctors seem reluctant to prescribe.

  2. Pepper Reese says:

    The lastest procedure I have been looking into is call Lipiflow. It is like a ultrasonic probe that they put under your lower, and I think upper eyelids, which produces enough heat, not to burn the skin, but, allows dilation of the glands relieving you of the Melbomian oil, and last up to 6 to 9 months. But, insurance does not cover it, and it is $900.00/per eye. This is for Ocular Rosacea, or severe Posterior Blepharitis

  3. Linda Johnson says:

    What makeup is the best to use for rosacea? I put on makeup in the morning and look great. By the afternoon, my face is red and irritated. I have tried many different brands and it gets expensive experimenting.

  4. Ari says:

    I would like to see more details on the newest research into rosacea. There is a good article in the medical journal Medicine Today Jan 2015, by Dr Patricia Lowe which is a useful up-to-date guide to rosacea and the newest treatments. The article also mentions that the substance Cathelicidin has been found to be increased in rosacea-prone skin and there is ongoing research into the associated pathology and possible future treatments directed at Cathelicidin. (The website for the journal is http://www.medicinetoday.com.au However, you cannot access the article unless you are a doctor so you may want to get your GP to print it out for you.)

  5. Deb says:

    I would like to find out more alternative treatments for ocular rosacea. What helps and what makes it worse. Is there a provider that specializes in ocular rosacea?

  6. Beverly says:

    What do you know about dermaced redness redux? It received a noble prize. Has anyone tried it? It has a 100% money back guarantee.

  7. Kay says:

    I would like to no more about neurogenic rosacea. Can you refer me to any clinical trials/surveys

  8. Ann says:

    I would like to know if the LED lights have any effect on ocular rosacea. Otherwise, more info on ocular rosacea would be appreciated.

  9. Judi Cartier says:

    I have had 6 IPL treatments for redness with little improvement. What guidelines improve the outcome of IPL? My rosacea flares about 2pm and 77 degrees regardless of triggering factors. Any idea why?

  10. Jenny says:

    Hi all, thanks for adding me David. Jenny here, I live in Melbourne. Australia.

    After using a well named brand of overnight face mask, when I looked in the mirror next morning I noticed a big white patch on my left nostril, as it turns out I now have Rhinophyma. I have seen a skin doctor who prescribed Stieva-A 0.05% Cream and Doxycycline 50mg and this treatment is not working well.

    I am booked in to see a Dermatologist next week. I have researched that the Co2 Laser works well for this terrible disease.

    Being a woman that has always had perfect skin and now having this is a big shock to the system.

    Are there any women in this group who have had this happen to them after using a face mask?

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