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Microneedling Opens Door for Rosacea Relief

Wednesday, May 17, 2017  
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Microneedling may offer promise as a treatment for clients with rosacea, according to research presented at the American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting.

Twenty women with erythema­totelangiectatic rosacea ages 27–65 were studied, divided into two treatment groups. Both groups were treated every 15 days over four sessions; the first was treated with a wet dressing infused with tranexamic acid solution for 20 minutes, while the second group added simultaneous microneedling with a tranexamic acid solution topical application. Tranexamic acid is an antifibr­inolytic medication, often used to improve clotting for women with heavy menstrual cycles and to prevent major blood loss after surgery, trauma, tooth extraction, etc.

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