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Minocycline Gel May Be Effective for Rosacea
Researchers investigated the efficacy of 1% minocycline gel and 3% minocycline gel compared with vehicle for achieving treatment success among participants with papulopustular rosacea.
Combination Therapy Effectively Treats 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.
Does Coffee Consumption Affect Rosacea Risk?
Findings from a recent study demonstrated a potential association between coffee intake and the risk of rosacea.
Redesigned Pulsed Dye Laser Therapy Studied for Efficacy in 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.
Study: Topical Cream Reduces Erythema Associated With Rosacea
In a recent study, researchers investigated the safety and efficacy of a topical cream compared with vehicle for reducing erythema among patients with rosacea.
Study: Obesity Increases Rosacea Risk in Women
In a recent study, researchers examined the risk of rosacea in women with obesity.
National Rosacea Society Awards Additional Grants for Research
The National Rosacea Society has awarded funding for 3 new studies, in addition to continuing support for 3 ongoing studies.
Study Identifies Potential Treatment Pathway for Rosacea Inflammation
Recent research, funded by the National Rosacea Society, examined treatment options for patients with rosacea inflammation.
Actress Kristin Chenoweth Named Spokesperson for Rosacea Awareness
Actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth has been named the spokesperson for the campaign “Less Red, More You,” to raise awareness for oxymetazoline hydrochloride (Rhofade; Allergan) cream, 1%.
Alcohol Consumption Increases Rosacea Risk in Women
Women who consume an increased amount of alcohol are at a higher risk of developing rosacea, according to a recent study.
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