May 21, 2012
Has anyone tried Prosacea Gel Treatment?? Has it worked??
May 23, 2012
It's great in reducing Redness! I developed Rosacea at age 18. I'm now almost 26 and have tried oral and topical products with no results. I finally just gave them up and tried a few changes in my routine. I no longer use liquid fabric softener in my 'towel' laundry load and I wear sunscreen whenever I'm going to be outdoors for any length of time. I also have been using Noxema in the shower to wash my face. The directions on Prosacea state not to use menthol facial cremes. So after using Prosacea for 3 weeks now, twice a day, I've noticed significant reduction in the redness on my nose. I no longer look like Rudolph, instead I look as though I have a slight blush to my complexion. I had redness, white and red bumps, dry skin on the tip of my nose and small veins. After the first day of usage, I noticed a change! The dry skin was the first to go after a few days, and then the bumps. The redness and veins are still there, but greatly reduced. This does not make my skin feel like my face has been pulled to the back of my head - and the smell is pretty much non existant. So far I've had a really nice experience with this product and would HIGHLY recommend it to anyone looking for a product that actually works!
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