Latest Rosacea Review Now Online

Posted: 11/25/2013

The latest issue of Rosacea Review is now online, featuring new approaches in skin care and makeup that can help in the management and appearance of rosacea, as well as the announcement of newly funded research grants.

The results of the NRS survey on the emotional toll of rosacea are in, revealing that the redness of rosacea alone can lead to negative emotions. And while rosacea may always be an ongoing journey, one rosacea patient shares her success story about finally getting her condition under control by adopting a more relaxed lifestyle. Other features include new data on a possible link between rosacea and excessive Vitamin D, fall flare-up prevention tips and Q&A’s.

Read the full online issue here.

If you are an NRS member and haven’t donated this year, don’t miss out on your annual membership renewal to continue receiving Rosacea Review by mail and access to other important member benefits.

If you are not an NRS member and would like to receive a subscription to Rosacea Review as well as help in the fight against rosacea, join today. Your membership donation is used to fund the Society’s medical research grants program and includes a subscription to Rosacea Review as well as access to mailings of new educational materials, free product samples, discounts and opportunities to participate in research.

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