Don describes his rosacea symptoms as ‘having a dry rash above my eyebrows and nothing seemed to make it go away. Then I began to get the red blotches and then the comodones (whiteheads). I was very self-conscience about it and became very anxious about any face-to-face meeting with others. Add to this fact that I’ve suffered from blufferitis all my life. My eyelids were always scaly and red. Trying to keep them clean during my school years was always a problem, I looked like I was on drugs most of my life. During the last few years I began to get painful styes or chalizions. To say I was at my wits end is an understatement.’

Don found his skin improvement with Rosacea-Ltd became noticeable, ‘about three months after I started the regimen I am completely free of all problems. The skin on my forehead is as smooth as a baby’s bottom with no red patches or pimples. My eyelids are smooth and clear of any scaling or bumps. I can’t praise this product enough. I only encourage others that fit the symptoms to give it a try, if it works for you half as well as it worked for me then you will agree it’s certainly a lifesaver.’

Additional comments and original email:

Name: Don Wright

Email: Not Available

Date Submitted: 3/20/2007

I was on my way to becoming a Klingon. I enjoyed Star Trek as a kid but I didn’t want to look like one. I just turned fifty yesterday.
A few years ago I began having a dry rash above my eyebrows and nothing seemed to make it go away. Then I began to get the red blotches and then the comodones (whiteheads). I was very self-conscience about it and became very anxious about any face-to-face meeting with others. A couple of years ago my doctor gave me a sample of Luxiq foam. It seemed to work initially so I got a proper prescription for it. In the final stages I was using the material very sparingly but it was a vicious four-day cycle. I would apply the material, the redness would go away, my skin would slough off and the cycle would repeat.

Add to this fact that I’ve suffered from blufferitis all my life. My eyelids were always scaly and red. Trying to keep them clean during my school years was always a problem, I looked like I was on drugs most of my life. During the last few years I began to get painful styes or chalizions. To say I was at my wits end is an understatement.

Enter Bass and Boney. I read everything on the site including every single testimonial. That is the reason I am writing this now, hopefully I can lead even one person to help. I decided to try the disc’, even though I didn’t hold out much hope.

When the discs arrived I was disappointed to read the instructions. Here was the list of foods that I was to avoid, not really a problem because I had just about stopped eating, thinking I had an allergy. I was to begin using a special soap and the jojoba oil. I was to stop using any steroids (from the site I learned the Luxiq was about 500 times stronger than OTC stuff). I was to follow a washing and oiling regimen for three weeks before even trying the discs. But I was determined to stay the course. Naturally things got worse but the day came to begin using the discs. At first it burned and was very uncomfortable but I kept at it. I also began using the Sibulex shampoo that one of the other testimonials highlighted.

Slowly things began to improve, and I can now proudly say that about three months after I started the regimen I am completely free of all problems. The skin on my forehead is as smooth as a baby’s bottom with no red patches or pimples. My eyelids are smooth and clear of any scaling or bumps.

I can’t praise this product enough. I only encourage others that fit the symptoms to give it a try, if it works for you half as well as it worked for me then you will agree it’s certainly a lifesaver.

I eat just about anything I want to now; I stay away from sugar and low pH foods though. I don’t drink any items that are high in corn syrup either. I have my much-loved Margaritas on Friday night as well. I’m on maintenance with the discs and my only fear is that the process will stop working, even though it does not show any signs of returning. It’s not like it’s right under the skin trying to return – it’s gone. My health is better and I don’t feel as hot as I used to, I’m actually chilly now when others are chilly.

Feel free to write to me for whatever reason, if I can relate any issues I certainly will. To keep the spam bots from picking this up if I tell you my e-mail is dawjr at Comcast dot net, I’m sure you can figure it out. God Bless.

Thank you, Bass and Boney

All the best, Don


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