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A recent study published in Dermatologic Therapy found masks trigger flares in patients with acne or rosacea.
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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.
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What are the mechanisms of action behind the 4 groups of dietary triggers for rosacea flares?
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Recent evidence suggests that masks worn to halt the spread of COVID-19 have been shown to trigger acne and rosacea flares.
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Lauren Mateja, Managing Editor
While a number of new therapeutic agents have been approved to treat the signs of rosacea, much needed research is underway to better understand its pathogenesis.
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Melissa Weiss, Associate Editor
While anyone can present with rosacea, this condition is often underdiagnosed among patients with darker phototypes. Dr Susan Taylor shares her clinical pearls for identifying rosacea in patients with skin of color.
FDA Alerts
The FDA has approved a new topical foam medication for the treatment of inflammatory lesions caused by rosacea in adults.
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Lauren Mateja, Managing Editor
The number of therapeutic options for rosacea management has expanded, but these treatments can only help patients who have been diagnosed. Rosacea Awareness Month seeks to help identify patients who may otherwise ignore their warning signs.
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