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Sodium Sulph + Sulphur= Excellent results

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Sulfur has been known to increase cell adhesion which in turn causes breakouts for some people, including myself.

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NOW WITH UREA-LOOKS GOOD

New Acne/Rosacea Treatment, Rosula Lotion (Sodium Sulfacetamide/Sulfur), Launched In US

FAIRFIELD, NJ -- January 27, 2003 -- Doak Dermatologics, a subsidiary of Bradley Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Nasdaq: BPRX), announces the introduction of prescription-only Rosula® Lotion for the topical treatment of acne and rosacea. Rosula Lotion offers patients the benefits of antibacterial, keratolytic and moisturizing agents in an alcohol-free formulation. Rosula Lotion will be marketed to the dermatology community.

Capitalizing on the premise, "The difference is Urea," Rosula Lotion is comprised of two well-accepted acne/rosacea agents which are Sodium Sulfacetamide and Sulfur. With the addition of Urea, Doak Dermatologics presents a significant departure from traditional therapies to position Rosula Lotion as the next generation in acne/rosacea treatment.

Rosula Lotion efficiently helps to reduce comedones, papules, pustules, redness and inflammatory skin lesions in a non-irritating manner. Urea gently lifts away rough, flaky skin and works synergistically as a keratolytic with Sulfur to open pores and keep them open, which is an integral part of effective acne treatment. Additionally, Urea, in combination with Sodium Sulfacetamide and Sulfur, also soothes and relieves redness and inflamed skin, providing relief for rosacea sufferers.

Bradley Pharmaceuticals President and CEO Daniel Glassman, stated, "Bradley looks forward to entering the huge and highly-competitive market of acne/rosacea treatments with the unique therapeutic approach represented by Urea. Approximately 3 out of every 4 patient visits to dermatologists are for the treatment of acne or rosacea. Rosula Lotion, the Company's initial entry into this large market, will establish a unique niche base to support other future Bradley brand introductions in the acne/rosacea area. An extensive promotional campaign is being launched, including direct mail and professional journal advertising, intensive physician detailing and heavy sampling. The Management Team expects that the introduction of Rosula Lotion will add significantly to the sales generated by the Doak Dermatologics subsidiary."

Rosula Lotion is one of two major products launched by Bradley in January, 2003. AnaMantle HC, a new prescription hemorrhoid treatment, is being introduced by Bradley through its Kenwood Therapeutics division.

Bradley Pharmaceuticals, Inc., is a specialty pharmaceutical company marketing prescription niche therapies to highly targeted physician audiences in the United States and in 31 international markets. Dermatology brands are delivered by the Doak Dermatologics subsidiary and the Kenwood Therapeutics division provides gastroenterology, nutritional and respiratory therapies. Following the strategy Acquire, Enhance, Grow, the company has achieved success by acquiring and managing the life cycle of brands that fill unmet needs.

Please visit Bradley Pharmaceuticals web site at: http://www.bradpharm.com

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Obviously this doesn't apply to vast majority of people out there.

But if you suffer from allergies to...

* PABA Para-aminobenzoic acid eg: some sunscreens

OR

* paraphenyldiamine (hairdyes)

OR

* "Caine" anaesthetics

...then beware "sulfa" preparations like this.

If you are allergic to one of these items then there is a reasonable chance that you will allergic to others. Anway I happen to be in that position so I just thought I would share what I know.

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