Rosacea treatment BEFORE and after: Woman CURED her skin with £19.95 cream

ROSACEA is a common skin condition that is difficult to treat. However one sufferer has relieved her symptoms with an unlikely cream made from capers.
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Foamix announced positive results this week for its new treatment for a common skin problem.
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Foamix Pharmaceuticals Ltd said on Wednesday its experimental foam treatment for rosacea, a common skin condition that causes acne-like bumps and redness on the face, met the main goals of two late-stage clinical trials.
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(Natural News) The National Rosacea Society reports that more than 16 million Americans suffer from rosacea – though as many as 95 percent of them are unaware of it. What is rosacea? This common, chronic and incurable facial condition is characterized by redness of the cheeks, forehead, nose and chin; small but visible blood vessels;...
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Here’s a medical news story that combines a common habit (drinking coffee) with a common skin condition (rosacea) — and it even has a happy ending. What is rosacea? Rosacea is probably something you’ve seen plenty of times and didn’t know what it was — or perhaps you have it yourself. It’s that pink or red discoloration on the cheeks some people have, especially fair-haired women. Sometimes there are small bumps that may look a bit like acne. If you look closely (after asking nicely for permission, of course), you’ll see tiny blood vessels just under the surface of the skin. In mor...
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Publication date: Available online 30 October 2018Source: Clinics and Research in Hepatology and GastroenterologyAuthor(s): Jing Han, Ting Liu, Mei Zhang, Aimin WangSummaryBackgrounds and aimsIt has been argued that the relationship between inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and rosacea is bi-directional, but this hypothesis has not been explicitly tested. This systematic review examines the bi-directional prospective relationships between IBD and rosacea.MethodsA comprehensive search through PubMed and EMBASE was undertaken for studies investigating the association between two mainly forms of IBD [ulcerative colitis (UC) an...
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Publication date: Available online 26 October 2018Source: Joint Bone SpineAuthor(s): François Chasset, Christophe Richez, Thierry Martin, Alexandre Belot, Anne-Sophie Korganow, Laurent ArnaudAbstractSeveral conditions have clinical and laboratory features that can mimic those present in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE). Some of these "SLE mimickers" are very common, such as rosacea which can be mistaken for the butterfly rash, while others such as Kikuchi disease, type-1 interferonopathies, Castleman's disease, prolidase deficiency, angioimmunoblastic T-cell lymphoma, Evans' syndrome in the context of pr...
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Clinical Case Reports, EarlyView.
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