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The most frequently used natural treatments for rosacea include topical applications, such as cream containing an extract of the herb Chrysanthellum indicum, niacinamide cream and azelaic acid cream. Following an anti-in... More »

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Excess demodex mites, which may be the cause of a skin condition known as rosacea, can be prevented by washing the face daily with a nonsoap cleanser and conducting periodic skin exfoliation, according to Rather and Hass... More »

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The treatment options for ocular rosacea include eyelid hygiene, lid hyperthermia, tear film supplementation, topical medications and supplements that contain omega-3 fatty acids, states About.com. Pulsed light and oral ... More »

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Redness and breakouts caused by rosacea can be treated with skin creams that contain active ingredients such as azelaic acid, brimonidine or metronidazole, advises WebMD. Pills, such as low-dose antibiotics like doxycycl... More »

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People use azelaic acid cream as treatment for acne, according to WebMD. It reduces the bacteria that cause acne and keeps the pores open and prevents blockage. It is a dicarboxylic acid. More »

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Treatment options for acne rosacea include nonpharmacologic therapy, avoidance of known triggers, and use of topical medications, oral medicines and laser therapy, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians. ... More »

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Treatments for boils on the buttocks include warm compress applications and topical antibiotics, explains WebMD. Warm compresses help to draw the infection out of the skin, while topical ointments help to minimize infect... More »

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