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Seabuckthorn Oil Rosacea
Baby oil for rosacea: Unfortunately the redness from rosacea is very difficult to treat. Baby oil is unlikely to do much except clog your pores. I would recommend trying one of the over the counter redness relief lines from clinique or eucerin or a consult with your doctor to try some prescription rosacea medications. ...Read more
I have rosacea and my cream isn't working anymore. I tried olive oil (works for my mum) but it doesn't help either. What else can I try?
Wide range of meds: In addition to dietary management, there are a wide range of new medical treatments beyond metragel which include agents such as oracea, finacea, oral or topical retinoids and even pdt. There have been some recent anecdotal reports of the off label use of intradermal Botox to benefit rosacea. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Oil glands on chin work fine but not sweat glands for past yr. Work out hard but no sweat. Not dehydrated. Ipl for rosacea 8 mo. Ago. How do you fix?
Does this need...: ...To be fixed? Sweating is meant to keep you from overheating. If you take your temperature after a work-out and it's near normal, this means you sweated enough. ...Read more
What are dermatologists review on using extra virgin coconut oil and banana peels for adult acne? I have amyopathic dermatomyositis and rosacea.
Any options for blepharitis when antibiotic therapy/steroids fail? (Have had for ten years with rosacea)Take fish/flaxseed oil daily.
Environmental causes: It appears that physicians have tried to treat you with the usual methods. One then looks at the environment for possible causes. There are now many steps to make the living areas of home and office less irritating and maybe decrease some of your symptoms. When did this first develop for you? What types of eye make up do you use? Do you wear contact lens? A detailed history helps find treatment ...Read more
Rosacea: There are many treatment choices for rosacea depending on the severity and extent of symptoms. Available medical treatments include antibacterial washes, topical creams, antibiotic pills, lasers, pulsed-light therapies, photodynamic therapy, and isotretinoin. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer