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There's A New Way To Treat Rosacea — & It Might Surprise You


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“Injecting small quantities of neuromodulators superficially into the skin has been a life-changing treatment for some of my patients,” says Dr. Gilbert. Those who have seen benefits from the treatment notice a reduction in flushing for three to four months after a single treatment — a timespan with which no single use of a topical can compete."
There's A New Way To Treat Rosacea — & It Might Surprise You, ERIKA STALDER, Refinery29
DECEMBER 13, 2016, 11:30 AM

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