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Rosacea

Posted by cookie8 (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 15, 13 at 8:55

I have been getting a rash on my cheeks for the past few years and have found something that works wonders for me so I am just putting it out there for anyone who might be interested. I use Dr. Bronner's bar soap (my personal favourite scent is lavender), then I follow with a slather of coconut oil (this I use all over my face) and then I put Penaten cream (yes diaper cream) over my cheeks (or even acne breakouts or blackheads). Granted this works for me but I tried so many different creams so it's pretty frustrating. It's affordable too. Soap was $4.00 lasts for months if you use it just for your face, coconut oil $7.00 which also lasts for months and diaper cream $8.00 also lasts for months.


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RE: Rosacea

Rosacea can be a symptom of a gluten intolerance. You can try to fix the problem by going after the symptom but it will return or become another symptom


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RE: Rosacea

Yeah, I have been gluten free for the past two years but little things can make it flare - alcohol (one glass of wine), certain foods (still not sure of all my triggers) ,heat, stress. I find when I use my cleansing routine it will clear the redness over night otherwise I wake up with quite rosy cheeks.


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Hi
My first time on a forum, but wanted to share my experience. I began to get acne again around 42 and thought what is going on. I went to the GP and they said (not just 1) that it is Rosacea. Ok I thought, what is the solution? Best they could do was get me to take Doxycyclin tablets, which I continued to take for 5-6 years. I went to a "specialist" who basically said that if the pills are working just keep taking them. I can be a cynical person at times but nothing prepared me for the lack of diagnosis from these professionals. Anyway I have overcome my acne issues with trial and error. I found that washing my face morning and night with Cetaphil helps and combined with using a different shampoo to the antidandruff shampoo I had been using in that period has helped my condition. Not saying this will work for everyone but it is a start. Pills are not the answer try different things. Maybe it is the shampoo??


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There is a video on you tube which will tell you a lot about gluten and where it may be hiding it is called. Cerial Killers. It might help you find the hidden gluten.


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My rosacea healed after using an oil cleansing method for my face (a combination of your favorite oil, like olive, and castor oil. You have to find your own ratio). I had developed acne rocacea. I used this method for about 6 months only. I have not had any problems since, and that was several years ago. You can read about the facial oil cleansing method on the net. That's how I found out about it. There are several sources.


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Interesting. When I have a long bath I usually give my face a "good cleaning" with coconut oil. I will try this method out. I bet the coconut oil I use was a great antibacterial and possibly has a connection with rosacea? My rosacea is gone, if that is right word, for now but I like the idea of this type of cleansing. I hate the chemicals they put in so many cleansers. Dr. Bronners soap is also made with organic oils.


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RE: Rosacea

Interesting. When I have a long bath I usually give my face a "good cleaning" with coconut oil. I will try this method out. I bet the coconut oil I use was a great antibacterial and possibly has a connection with rosacea? My rosacea is gone, if that is right word, for now but I like the idea of this type of cleansing. I hate the chemicals they put in so many cleansers. Dr. Bronners soap is also made with organic oils.


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