Topical Rosacea Treatments
New Treatment Topics
Rosacea Cooling — New in Rosacea Therapy for 2008
Patients typically come to use both over time, applying Rosacea Treatment Fluid in warmer weather, or as a daytime protective barrier moisturizer underneath the Rosacea Hypoallergenic Daily Wear Sunscreen, and Rosacea Treatment Cream in the evenings, or in colder weather during the day.
Meanwhile Rosacea Hydrating Serum has served as a means to customize the aqueous aspect of either moisturizer according to individual needs, either by application immediately underneath any of the Rosacea Moisturizers, or by combining 1-5 drops of the Hydrating Serum directly with the moisturizers.
Although many elegant, therapeutic advances in treatment have come to pass in recent times, there still remains individual instances where rosacea symptoms of flushing, blushing and sensations of heat and prickling cause considerable physical (skin) and emotional disruption.
Unfortunately, no topical medication currently exists, or is likely to exist in the near future, to address isolated instances of flushing, blushing, heat, prickling and the pimples, papules, pustules and broken capillaries these symptoms foster.
Systemic antibiotic medications offer effective treatment of many rosacea symptoms, but their anti-inflammatory/anti-oxidant effects do not come online quickly enough to target "symptoms of the moment."
Permanent oral intake of antibiotics can prevent many rosacea symptoms from arising in the first place, but are associated with considerable side effects: future antibiotic resistance, stomach disturbances, slight skin yellowing and highly treatment-resistant yeast infections.
Many rosacea patients are also considerably uncomfortable about affecting their entire body for symptoms localized to the face.
Rosacea Cooling Lotion is a new addition to the dermatological rosacea armamentarium, intended as substantial ameliorative therapy for rosacea flare ups, available from January 2008:
As per all the Clinic's treatments, Rosacea Cooling Lotion is an unadulterated product (containing only ingredients useful to skin and no therapeutically redundant fillers).
Small batches and limited, selective distribution allow the Clinic to produce treatments not subject to comprise by concerns associated with mass production and widespread marketability.
Rosacea Cooling Lotion is stored at 20 degrees centigrade / 68 degrees fahrenheit for no longer than 2 weeks post-formulation prior to delivery.
Store at similar temperatures away from direct light and use within four months of opening.
For further information or to order, see the main treatment page for Rosacea Cooling Lotion.
Author: Peter Wilson.
Reviewed: Sunday, May 16, 2010.
Further Information: The Cause of Rosacea : Rosacea Cooling — New in Rosacea Therapy for 2008 : Changes to Rosacea Cleansers in 2008 : Association Between Rosacea Rhinophyma and Increased Mast Cells :