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A recent study published in Dermatologic Therapy found masks trigger flares in patients with acne or rosacea.
Published in Clinical Ophthalmology, a recent study assessed tear film transforming growth factor beta (TGF-β) and ocular microbiome changes after intense pulsed light with meibomian gland expression (IPL-MGX) vs only MGX in treating ocular rosacea with dry eye symptoms.
Recent evidence suggests that masks worn to halt the spread of COVID-19 have been shown to trigger acne and rosacea flares.
Researchers investigated the efficacy of 1% minocycline gel and 3% minocycline gel compared with vehicle for achieving treatment success among participants with papulopustular rosacea.
Results from a recent study showed a combination of ivermectin and doxycycline effectively improved rosacea, including ocular symptoms, with some participants seeing results as early as 4 weeks.
Findings from a recent study demonstrated a potential association between coffee intake and the risk of rosacea.
Researchers investigated the efficacy of a pulsed dye laser with a novel treatment beam among participants with erythemato‐telangiectatic rosacea. For study results, read more.
In a recent study, researchers investigated the safety and efficacy of a topical cream compared with vehicle for reducing erythema among patients with rosacea.
In a recent study, researchers examined the risk of rosacea in women with obesity.
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