Rosacea

Rosacea is a chronic disorder characterized by vascular dilation (persistent erythema) of the nose, cheeks, and forehead which most commonly occurs in patients between the ages of 30 and 60 years. The study should last 84 days (12 weeks) with 4 visits. A thin layer of Study treatment should be gently massaged into the affected areas on the face once daily for 12 weeks.


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Psoriasis Study

Psoriasis is a condition occurring when the immune system overreacts, causing inflammation and flaking of the skin. What happens is the skin cells grow too fast and results in thick, white, silvery or red patches of skin. Flare-ups can occur when the air is cold or in a dry climate, when you are sick, have an infection or stressed.


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Hot Flash Study

Vasomotor symptoms due to menopause include hot flashes, flushing and night sweats. These can have a dramatic effect on the quality of life for many women, as symptoms can last for several years or even a lifetime.


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Facial Acne (Acne Vulgaris)

A skin condition that occurs when hair follicles plug with oil and dead skin cells. Acne is most common in teenagers and young adults. Symptoms range from uninflamed blackheads to pus-filled pimples or large, red, and tender bumps.


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Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis) Study

Eczema is the most common chronic relapsing, inflammatory skin disease affecting an estimated 35 million Americans. The disease profoundly impacts the quality of life for millions of people, affecting their social and leisure activities, work, school, and even their clothing choices.


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ASTHMA

Asthma is a condition in which a person's airways become inflamed, narrow and swell, and produce extra mucus, which makes it difficult to breathe. Asthma can be minor or it can interfere with daily activities. In some cases, it may lead to a life-threatening attack. Asthma may cause difficulty breathing, chest pain, cough, and wheezing. The symptoms may sometimes flare-up.


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