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Donald Trump Reported to Have Rosacea

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"President Trump takes medication for three ailments, including a prostate-related drug to promote hair growth, Mr. Trump’s longtime physician, Dr. Harold N. Bornstein, said in a series of recent interviews.

The other drugs are antibiotics to control rosacea, a common skin problem, and a statin for elevated blood cholesterol and lipids."

Donald Trump’s Longtime Doctor Says President Takes Hair-Growth Drug, By LAWRENCE K. ALTMAN, M.D., FEBRUARY 1, 2017, New York Times

Doctor claims Trump takes medication for hair growth, rosacea, cholesterol
by: Michelle Ewing, KIRO7, Cox Media Group National Content Desk Updated: Feb 2, 2017 - 12:45 AM

Doctor claims Trump takes medication for hair growth, rosacea, cholesterol
Michelle Ewing, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, Cox Media Group National Content Desk

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Trump’s longtime doctor, Harold N. Bornstein, revealed in a New York Times story Wednesday that Trump takes the antibiotic tetracycline to stave off rosacea, which causes redness and bumps on the skin, and Propecia to keep his hair voluminous. Beauty companies selling non-prescription remedies think the president should reconsider his hair-loss and rosacea solutions.

“We know there’s a better way than pill popping for rosacea,” exclaimed Alexandra Calvo, founder of the rosacea-fighting brand NuRevealOrganics. “Trump needs to watch his diet and cut out rosacea food triggers such as avocados, chocolate, yogurt and cheese. Living a lavish lifestyle also may not be the best for rosacea since spa days in the sweltering sauna, and long days on the beach under intense sun both cause rosacea flare-ups.” Salvo additionally recommended a skin-care regimen that includes NuRevealOrganics’ Bella Rosa Oil Cleanser and Rosehip Healing Night Face Cream.

Beauty Companies Offer Trump Rosacea, Hair-Loss Advice – and Products
The president's personal prescription drug plan includes medications for baldness and redness.
By Rachel Brown, Fashion / Fashion Scoops, WWD

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