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Has anybody tried Rosula Clarifying Wash?

It's a sodium/sulfer treatment. My derm prescribed it to me today after I explained to her how my finacea and other topicals now make me break out since retin-a (which I no longer use) made my skin horribly sensitive. I searched this site and the web for information on it but couldn't find much...

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I have never personally used it, but I did go on this site I search sometimes and I found some info. Here http://www.drugs.com/mtm/rosula.html

Im using clenia which it looks like its similar. Its also a sulfer based cream. I know you said yours is a face wash but you know.

Anyway, I gotta go to work. Good luck with your new prescription wash

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I have never personally used it, but I did go on this site I search sometimes and I found some info. Here http://www.drugs.com/mtm/rosula.html

Im using clenia which it looks like its similar. Its also a sulfer based cream. I know you said yours is a face wash but you know.

Anyway, I gotta go to work. Good luck with your new prescription wash

Thanks for that link Molly =)

Do you know where I could find reviews? I feel the need to read every single review before I put something knew on my face. How is the sulfer cream working for you?

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I have never personally used it, but I did go on this site I search sometimes and I found some info. Here

Im using clenia which it looks like its similar. Its also a sulfer based cream. I know you said yours is a face wash but you know.

Anyway, I gotta go to work. Good luck with your new prescription wash

Thanks for that link Molly =)

Do you know where I could find reviews? I feel the need to read every single review before I put something knew on my face. How is the sulfer cream working for you?

I've been using Rosula (well, a generic version) for almost a year now, and it's great. Due to Rosula, Yaz, and a good moisturizer, I haven't had a single breakout in over six months. Be sure not to leave it on too long - I have very sensitive skin, and about 15 seconds is my max scrub time.

Not sure if you're going with a generic brand or the real thing, but if you're going generic, I like the version that Breckinridge Pharmaceutical makes. Last time I had my prescription refilled, they refilled with a generic from River's Edge Pharmaceutical, which leaves a filmy residue on my face all day. I'm going to have to start paying for the Rosula name brand, as my pharmacist can no longer get the Breckinridge generic version.

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Has anybody tried Rosula Clarifying Wash?

It's a sodium/sulfer treatment. My derm prescribed it to me today after I explained to her how my finacea and other topicals now make me break out since retin-a (which I no longer use) made my skin horribly sensitive. I searched this site and the web for information on it but couldn't find much...

I have been using this product for over a year, my skin is suuuuper sensitive and nothing worked for my acne. Once i used this product there was discomfort but it faded entirely after prob a week or two. i also use finacea at night which always burns a bit and a clindamycin phosphate lotion in the am. one thing my doc stressed was MOISTURIZE and my face has never looked better my whole life. i love it minus the smell :)

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