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Rosacea Micro-Exfoliating Cream

The Rosacea Micro-Exfoliating Cream, part of the Rx Specialist Collection, is again available.

The new formula is milder than the original formula and now contains niacinamide, which further helps maintain a healthy skin barrier, despite this being a finely exfoliating product.

Other functional additions include antioxidants and anti-inflammatories to reduce redness, erythema, visibly open pores and the main recalcitrant symptoms of moderate to severe rosacea: papules and pustules.

Rosacea Micro-Exfoliating Cream is applied to damp skin after cleansing with either Rosacea Oil-Free Purifying Gel Cleanser or Rosacea De-Sensitizing Cleansing Emulsion.

Instead of the prior jar packaging, the product is now supplied free of preservatives in a hermetically sealed container featuring an airless pump.

The product is now larger at 50 ml instead of 30 ml in size.

Note: The original Rosacea Micro-Exfoliating Cream remains available as a special-order item for patients where it has been specifically prescribed along with individual instructions.

13/5/10


Author: Peter Wilson.

Reviewed: Thursday, May 13, 2010.


Further Information: Antioxidant Sunscreens : Silymarin (Milk Thistle) : Benzoyl Peroxide : What are the First Signs of Rosacea? : Rosacea Micro-Exfoliating Cream : What is the best sunscreen for rosacea? : A Protocol for "Confused" Skin : Moisturizers Containing Niacinamide Benefit Rosacea : FAQ: What Causes Rosacea? : Risk Factors in Aquiring Rosacea : Frequency: Metrogel vs Metrolotion : Paraben Preservatives and Rosacea : Photoaging : Paraben Preservatives and Sun Damage : Rosacea and Intestinal Inflammation :




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