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Emoxypine for Rosacea


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A paper concludes, "The developed complex treatment of rosacea patients with combined and differentiated use against the background of standard therapy of antihistamines with anti-inflammatory activity of fast (containing bilastine) and prolonged action (ketotifen fumarate) and antioxidant drug ethylmethylhydroxypyridine succinate significantly improves both the immediate and long-term clinical results of treatment of such patients." [1]

Ethylmethylhydroxypyridine is Emoxypine (2-ethyl-6-methyl-3-hydroxypyridine). [2] It is also called Mexidol or Mexifin.

Emoxypine is similar to pyridoxine, which has been discussed improving SD at this post at RF

It is available non prescription at Amazon through the RRDi Affiliate Store: 

Emoxypine Capsules (125mg x 60 capsules $26.99)

Emoxypine (Mexidol) Succinate (125mg x 28 capsules $69.99)

Emoxypine Succinate Capsules (125mg x 60 capsules $19.99 )

Emoxypine Succinate Powder (30 grams $54.99)

Mexidol 50 Tablets (125mg x 50 tablets $26.50)

Anecdotal Reports
There are no known reports thus far. You could be the first one if you try it and find the green reply button and reply to this post. Mknlvi at RF started a thread on this subject and was the original source of this information. 

End Notes 

[1] DOI: https://doi.org/10.37321/dermatology.2019.3-4-04
Comprehensive treatment of rosacea patients taking into account the indicators of inflammatory mediators and the state of prooxidant-antioxidant homeostasis

[2] Emoxypine, Wikipedia

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