Combination treatment with low‐dose oral isotretinoin, pulsed dye laser, and fractional microneedling radiofrequency is effective to improve recalcitrant papulopustular rosacea with reasonable safety profiles.
Researchers evaluated the effectiveness and tolerability of combining a topical skin care regimen with a single intense pulsed light therapy session to treat mild to severe facial redness in patients with rosacea.
Investigators assessed the efficacy of a 577-nm pro-yellow laser to treat port-wine stain birthmarks, papulopustular rosacea, facial telangiectasia, and facial erythema.
Artemether emulsion improved papulopustular rosacea compared to metronidazole emulsion as early as 4 weeks, but its beneficial effect was maintained through the 8-week follow-up in contrast to the effects of metronidazole emulsion.
Investigators sought to determine the efficacy and tolerability of natural regimen vs synthetic regimen for the treatment of rosacea concomitantly treated with metronidazole.
Investigators examined the efficacy of microsecond 1064-nm neodymium:yttrium-aluminum-garnet laser with nonpurpuragenic 595-nm pulsed dye lase for diffuse facial erythema.
A study found that a tinted daily SPF-30 facial moisturizer was associated with improvements in cutaneous barrier function and reduction in skin dryness and redness in rosacea-prone skin.
Investigators assessed a possible link between rosacea and diet among the large Chinese population with rosacea, with the intention of providing dietary guidelines for patients with rosacea.
Of the 3 interventions, only patients who received the polyherbal combination tablets showed a significant decrease in facial redness of 40% compared with baseline
Study investigators sought to determine if erythema assessment and percentage of ≥1-grade CEA improvement over time altered when assessment included a baseline facial photograph.