Vicky’s past treatments included ‘several different treatments over the last five years since I was diagnosed with Rosacea…. At first when I was diagnosed with Rosacea I took three month doses of Doxycycline that cleared up the spots but which led to a much worse long term health problem – my advice to anyone is, do not take antibiotics for Rosacea. I also tried topical Rosex cream, a Dermalux lamp and Chinese medicine.’

Vicky reports what using Rosacea-Ltd ‘treatment has done for me is to remove all the sore red lumps that were all over my face like a mask. My skin was so sensitive that even water from the shower would make it bright red and raw.’

Additional comments and original email:

Name: Vicky West

Email: vickywest@orange.net

Date Submitted: 9/21/2006

Using Rosacea III Ltd was a last-ditch attempt for find something that worked for me, having tried several different treatments over the last five years since I was diagnosed with Rosacea.

The three month trial period has not yet ended but at this stage I can definitely say that there has been a great improvement and I won’t be requesting my money back. I’m now so glad I took the risk.

Buying from the UK is a bit more complicated: it took a while to find out where to get the cleansing bar and oil they recommend and I was also unable to find out how much the import tax would be. This turned out to be £11.79 on top of the $84.00 making an overall cost of around £60.

The Cetaphil cleansing bar I ordered online from www.paydenspharmacy.co.uk for around £5 including delivery. The jojoba oil I got from Neal’s Yard Remedies in London but you can order this by mail as well.

What the Rosacea treatment has done for me is to remove all the sore red lumps that were all over my face like a mask. My skin was so sensitive that even water from the shower would make it bright red and raw. At first when I was diagnosed with Rosacea I took three month doses of Doxycycline that cleared up the spots but which led to a much worse long term health problem – my advice to anyone is, do not take antibiotics for Rosacea. I also tried topical Rosex cream, a Dermalux lamp and Chinese medicine.

I really followed the instructions from Rosacea Ltd to the word. Especially the water-drinking. This was hard work at first but even that alone really helped my skin. Making the transition from my usual routine ( I never used cleansing bars) made my skin worse for a while but it gradually became used the the new routine and better for it. My skin is now much smoother and some days I can look in the mirror and actually think that I don’t have Rosacea. It has evened out the texture and taken away the red spots. I still have overall redness but I am hoping that after a few more months this will also go. The only small downside is that I have now got dry flaky patches on my chin but this is a tradeoff I am willing to bear!
But remember – follow the instructions exactly and you have to be committed to the routine, particularly the water and diet recommendations. Get yourself a recipe book about the pH diet and start avoiding acidic and sugary foods that aggravate the heat in your face.

If you are unsure about whether to give it a go, I would say do it. Any rosacea sufferer would say anything is worth a try for a normal-looking face. I wish I had done it sooner!


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