How do you get to understand if a prescription supplement is suitable for rosacea or not?
Sadly for the makers of NicAzel, the supplement is expensive and requires you to visit your doctor for a prescription. Thus the number of reviews available for us to read are limited.
Here I am trying to collect information about how it works – NicAzel FORTE User Reviews.
Has your doctor ever prescribed you something other than Metrogel, Soolantra, Finacea, Oracea or Mirvaso for rosacea? If so, then your doctor has given you an off-label prescription.
Were you aware that only officially approved FDA treatments for rosacea are the 4 treatments from Galderma – Metrogel, Oracea, Soolantra & and Mirvaso, and one from Bayer Healthcare – Finacea?
Read more about the most promising Off Label Treatments for Rosacea
The “Natural based formula” used in TheraTears Sterilid Eyelid Cleanser contains Tea Tree Oil and Linalool. We know that TTO has anti-bacterial actions and can also kill demodex mites. Linalool is a naturally occurring terpene alcohol chemical found in many flowers and spice plants, and is also a potential irritant like tea tree oil.
An active ingredient in Sterilid derived from tea tree oil, 4-Terpeneol, is also contained in Cliradex Wipes.
For more information see TheraTears Sterilid eyelid scrubs with tea tree oil
A newly launched range of products under the mouthful named `Paula’s Choice Calm Redness Relief’ are targeted at extra sensitive skin, redness and rosacea. The range consists of 6 separate products:
- day moisturizer with SPF and,
- night moisturizer.
For more info see: Paula’s Choice Calm Redness Relief Reviews
Did you know that quite often acne treatments simply fail for rosacea ?
Further adding to the poor crossover of acne and rosacea treatments was the news that an acne treatment ;
Some new research is pointing to potential benefits of a new range of rosacea skincare that contain licochalcone A (Lic A) and an active called SymSitive.
This new active ingredient being highlighted is 4-t-butylcyclohexanol, and is marketed under the name SymSitive.
For more information see Eucerin AntiREDNESS Soothing Care with SymSitive and Lic A