The winter months brings many wonderful things – cold snowy nights, hot spiced cider and a good book read in front of the fire. However, these winter favorites can also act as triggers for a common, chronic skin condition called rosacea, characterized by bumps, pimples and redness on the face. These symptoms often cause sufferers stress and frustration. Dermatologist, Dr. Linda Stein Gold shares the latest news, tips and tricks the estimated 16 million Americans living with rosacea can consider to keep their condition from flaring up this winter and all year long.
- Common triggers for rosacea and the surprising solutions
o People with rosacea may be shocked at how many rosacea triggers exist in their immediate environment including cold wind, hot drinks, spicy foods and Demodex mites, which are normal inhabitants of everyone’s skin, but may act as a trigger in rosacea sufferers.
- How to avoid rosacea flare-ups
- A newly available prescription treatment that is causing major buzz in the medical community, and how it can help rosacea sufferers
Linda Stein Gold, M.D., Detroit, Mich., Galderma consultant and clinical investigator for the phase 3 studies of Soolantra® (ivermectin) Cream, 1% is available for interviews. She is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology,
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