Congratulations on finding the rosacea forum. We hope that the knowledge and support gained from participating on the forum will enable you to better manage your rosacea
This website RosaceaGroup.org has many sections and the Forum is only one of those sections, please browse the site and if you have any suggestions on how to improve it then please contact us or post a question in the meta section.
Our Forum Policies can be found in the general section and lay out the rules that we expect members to follow. If a post needs to be brought to the attention of a moderator please use the report button on the bottom left of every post.
By joining this Forum you agree to the following policies and should read how this forum functions.
The IP address of all posts are recorded. You agree that the WebMaster, Administrator and Moderators of this Forum have the right to remove, edit, move or lock any topic at any time should they see fit. As a user you agree to any information you have entered above being stored in a database. While this information will not be disclosed to any third party without your consent the WebMaster, Administrator and Moderators cannot be held responsible for any hacking attempt that may lead to the data being compromised.
To learn more about Rosacea then please visit this page and this page and spend some time reading.
There is an excellent search engine at the top of the page. Just click on the http://rosaceagroup.org/new. From here you can search not just this forum but all of the rosacea forums.
There are a number of moderators on the board. To get in contact with them please use the Contact Us button at the bottom of the page, alternatively send a private message (PM) to a moderator.
Private Messages (or PM) can be sent to any member and is encouraged to use when you have a private question or issue with a member. Please resolve all issues privately so that Moderators do not have to intervene.
The Rosacea Forum is divided into three main categories:
Under these three main categories are different 'forums' which are listed subcatgories for you to read or post in the subject you are interested in. For instance, you are now in the Newbie forum. Near the top of this page is the line showing you where you are:
Rosacea Forum Index -> Newbie questions / Introduction
You can ask a question/start a new thread by clicking the New Topic button or by emailing the moderator. We recommend that thread titles adequately indicate the subject matter of the post.
Our Forum is organised into subjects that keep coming up and if you scan the subcategories you will probably find the subject that interests you the most. Please post in the appropriate category. Please use the NEWBIE section you are now in to post newbie questions and introductions, such as 'My story...' or 'Introduction...'
We do ask that if your question could be better answered in another forum [subcategory] then please do. For example, if you want to know something about IPL, then post in that forum please. We do not like to see questions go unanswered because they were placed at the wrong forum. We encourage you to be members of other internet discussion boards such as the Rosacea Support Group. In particular you may like to look at http://rosacea-research.org/wiki/index.php