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Prosacea is a topical gel, available over the counter at stores like Walgreens. It is also available on the internet at cvs.com. hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy in adults ppt It contains 10% sulphur. The jury is still out, but reading prosacea user reviews, it looks to me like we should include prosacea as a bona fide rosacea treatment. Rosacea-LTD

Rosacea-LTD is a topical treatment made of various compressed salts. It worked well for me to reduce papules and pustules and it is available only over the internet (which I guess counts as over the counter). This treatment is not cheap like many of the other suggestions in this listing, but I thought it definitely should be included as an over the counter treatment. For more information have a read of Rosacea-LTD User Reviews

There has been some introductory research suggesting that a daily low dose of aspirin may help with rosacea swelling and flushing. For some it may lead to more flushing, but as an easily available and cheap over the counter treatment, aspirin may be worth a try. Rosacea Swelling Relief Regime

Dr. Linda Sy has suggested in her rosacea swelling relief regimen, that there are some OTC meds that are easier (than prescription drugs) on the system such as: aspirin (blocks prostaglandin synthetase), antihistamines – ex. Chlor-trimeton which blocks H1 receptors; Cimetidine (Tagamet) which blocks H2 receptors. Pyridoxine (vit.B-6) has also been found to be helpful as a prophylaxis. She has sugested the following over the counter regime;

When Dr. Eric Jones was asked about the possibility of any nutritional link to ocular rosacea symptoms he responded “that here are studies with just dry eye, where flaxseed oil and omega 3s are quite effective. Foodwise, everyone is individual. There have been some surveys, and everyone was different. Some said spicy foods, others said hot drinks, alcohol, cold drinks. People have to find their individual triggers, I think.” Nasalcrom

As an alternative to the steroid based nasal sprays, something like Rynacrom or Nasalcrom may help with allergic rhinitis and relieve other allergic symptoms. hypoxic brain injury pathophysiology Certainly if you think your rosacea symptoms are allergy related this is worth trying. Even if it only relieves other chronic symptoms is might help you get your head around the other symptoms that occupy your thinking. Afrin / Oxymetazoline

It is early days yet, but some preliminary research and some rosacea sufferers are reporting reductions in redness from using topicals such as Afrin. Rosacea sufferers are cautioned against applying Afrin directly to their skin as it is actually for allergic rhinitis so contains ingredients which may be irritating to rosacea sufferers.

OK officially cleansers and moisturizers aren’t rosacea treatments. This is a bit of a step backwards for rosacea sufferers. Once you understand that a gentle cleansing and moisturising regime is a good basis for beating rosacea, you are already off to a good start. Make your own Cleanser at Home

Want to try something natural, perhaps something that you know exactly what it contains because you have made it yourself ? Some of the highlights from the Homemade Mixes community forum include simple natural sunscreens, licorice treatments, a honey cleanser and more. Colloidal Oatmeal

Officially `Colloidal’ oatmeal is defined as a product made from grinding and processing whole oat grain with strict requirements on the particle size and fat content. anoxic brain injury prognosis In the past rosacea support group members have made their own cleansing masks with oatmeal and water. An extra bonus is that it can sop up flakes associated with seborrheic dermatitis. Jojoba Oil

I have found that a small amount of jojoba oil blends in really well on wet skin and gives an excellent moisturized feel to my skin. Jojoba oil is cheap and easy to find in health food stores. We do know that jojoba oil has anti-inflammatory properties so it could be an ideal over the counter product. Epsom salts or Milk of Magnesia

Milk of magnesia is a mildly alkaline suspension of magnesium hydroxide and has been known to be used topically for canker sores. Other `folk’ usage of topical milk of magnesia is for acne, seborrheic dermatitis, and oily skin. It is thought that this is a low risk treatment, it certainly is a cheap option. See Epsom salts or Milk of Magnesia actually works ? for more information. A final warning

Please do be careful with products that you can get over the counter. Just because something is available without a prescription doesn’t mean it is even safe for rosacea skin. For example some OTC products might secretly (or quietly) contain steroids. As we now know, over the counter steroids can cause steroid induced rosacea. Featured Product

“Neutragena Ultra Gentle Hydrating Cleanser CREAMY FORMULA- This is so mild, I can’t imagine anyone reacting to it–but do NOT use foaming cleansers because they are too harsh. I also ordered on Amazon, Science Based Lid Care Eyelid Wipes with Tree Tea Oil & Coconut Oil- They are very gentle and help with Ocular Rosacea which I have also. I tear them in half to conserve and fold the packet over a couple of times to seal. Use them on eyelids, eyebrows, and on nose and chin. Since I have been using them, the peeling roughness in nasal area has disappeared. I do rinse with cool water after using them. I use only at bedtime and do not use any creams. Keep your pillowcases, towels washed OFTEN– and use unscented detergent, for laundry, shampoo and products used on your face. Demodex mites are associated with rosacea. Tea tree oil alone is harsh and burns- NEVER use undiluted, but these are well tolerated. Google Dr. psychology today anxiety test Sandra Lora Cremers (blog)for lots of good information on eyes and face cleaning that helps with rosacea and dry eyes. Also only use eye drops WITHOUT preservatives.”

“I use Purpose cleanser and only wash with cold water. I had been using Argan Oil by Josie Maran as a moisturiser in the morning and at night which has been helpful with breakouts and a little relief of redness, but a friend who is very much experienced with essential oils made a mixture for me to apply to my face and while I’ve only been using it a week, I think it may be working better for me than metrogel, finacea, prosacea, or argan oil. The true test will come this winter. My rosacea is at it’s worst during wintertime.”