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  1. 4 Basic causes of Acne (and some types of Rosacea) - make sure your dermatologist tests you to verify which type you have. The treatment for each type is completely different. Correct diagnosis of the cause is important to clear the skin condition. Demodex skin mites are the most under-diagnosed cause of acne for people of all ages. Some more enlightened dermatologists will test for the mites. Many old school dermatologists were taught in school, that the mites were harmless. As such man
  2. 4 Basic causes of Acne (and some types of Rosacea) - make sure your dermatologist tests you to verify which type you have. The treatment for each type is completely different. Correct diagnosis of the cause is important to clear the skin condition. Demodex skin mites are the most under-diagnosed cause of acne and some types of rosacea for people of all ages. Some more enlightened dermatologists will test for the mites. Many old school dermatologists were taught in school, that the mites
  3. Hi guys and gals, this is my first post on the site so thanks for having me.Im a 21 year old male from sydney australia has suffered problem skin since i wa 15. I took roaccutane 3 years back which worked quite well however i was left with redness small red marks over the majority of my face( apart from cheeks). Since then i have tried countless products to try and maintain and improve the appearance of my skin however nothing seems to work to any great extent. I am currently having photofac
  4. Anyone tried this laser out? My doctor just got this one in and used it to treat some steroid rosacea I had developed (due to an overuse of steroid cortizones, due to a rash I developed, due to an overuse of creams.... it's a never ending cycle) It seems to be working. I think its main purpose is to reduce redness, but we'll see what it does for my scarring. Things are looking up... :D/
  5. If you're in N.Texas, you may want to look into participating in a clinical trial for a topical medication to treat Acne. To qualify, you must be over the age of 12, have at least 20 Black/Whiteheads, as well as 20 eruptions (red spots, with or without pustules) You must not have used Accutane within the last 90 days. For more information, call Research Across America at (972) 4-DOCTOR. We are also doing a Rosacea study. You can visit our website, and sign up for our free newsletter containing
  6. There are so many guides out there about mineral makeup! There are so many ingredients that can be put into mineral makeup. Some are good and some are not so good. There is also a lot of bad hype about certain ingredients that is simply not true. Another note about ingredients. Mineral makeup doesn't generally contain what people like to call "fillers". I have not seen an ingredient in my research that does not have some form of use in each product. So, I don't consider anything liste
  7. I see she has had her problems with acne. I've seen her in a magazine once with no make-up on. It looked more like rosacea to me. Actually, I have read a few magazines that mentioned something about her skin problems and not wanting to go out in public until it cleared up. :oops: I see her hottie boyfriend Justin doesn't mind.
  8. Does anybody else feel like they have tried every product on gods green earth only to come out the other side looking the same or worse. I recon that i have used every product in every combination possible whether it be washing once a day, twice a day, moisturising once a day, twice a day, not at all, combining products, washing in the shower, at the sink, with water, without water, standing on my head aaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhh! So im giving it all the finger and am just going to use cool water an
  9. christmas eve is tomorrow and i woke up this morning to find three red spots. (i never had this many at once, i think its the food i ate lately, milk being the likely culprit) they are red and a lump over a pretty big area. also one seem more raised... what can i do to bring it down...please help i almost cried this morning. also i have rosacea and very sensitive skin, so products like BP could leave a very stubborn mark later..any ideas????
  10. This is suppose to work on all types of scars. I emailed the owner and she claims that it works on 9 out of 10 people. Can anyone tell me if they have tried this cream before? "...Skn Savr has worked on a third degree burn which was pretty deep. I don't know if it will work on pitted acne scars, but it works on 9 out of 10 people. I tell people to use it every day and wait 2-3 weeks for results. However, as women, we usually look every day. Some see immediate results and some start to see re
  11. The V beam laser is supposed to help shallow scars, hypertrophic scars, facial veins and redness from Rosacea. Has anyone heard about the V Beam good or bad stories? ANyone have good links with info on Vbeam and smooth beam?
  12. Hello! I've been reading all sorts of good things about CP on this board and am interested in trying it for my scars. However, I have rosacea. Is it ok for me to use copper peptides? Although my skin isn't terribly sensitive, for the sake of my rosacea I should stay away from AHAs/BHAs, anything that is abrasive or harsh, super drying, etc. Could someone give me the name of a good brand of CP that hopefully won't be too harsh for my skin? Also, does anyone know of a dr. in Wisconsin that
  13. These 3 websites contain information about Rosacea and how Accutane can be used to treat it. http://www.med.umich.edu/1libr/aha/aha_rosacea_crs.htm The first site is mainly about Rosacea instead of accutane but I’ll quote “For more severe cases of rosacea, an oral medicine called isotretinoin (Accutane), may be prescribed.” http://www.skinsite.com/info_rosacea.htm This second site contains more information about rosacea and adds in “Accutane is a drug taken by mouth which is re
  14. Can't those who already suffer from one terrible skin problem catch a break? Okay, so I've been more aggressive with topical acne treatments with salicylic and glycolic acid products. A few weeks into it, my acne has been under control but now I'm noticing little broken blood vessels and tiny red dots on my face. Just researched the net and come to find out that irritants (especially acids) cause these unsightly red lines. In the process of trying to keep my skin clear, I'm breaking dow
  15. i have bad skin texture with visible pores..and i dont think i should use harsh products coz i have some rosacea..any ideas how i can help myself while fading red marks? also has any tried SK-II masks?
  16. On Google Groups I have found a few mentions that AHA's like the regimen recommended moisturizer can cause rosacea, make your skin age faster, and make those of us with large pores appear worse. I have definitely notices larger pores since being on the regimen and I am getting off this neutrogena AHA moisturizer, It is pretty irritating anyway and maybe this is why my skin is peeling all too often. Read: the FDA and some doctors have raised concerns that long- term AHA use could caus
  17. Zoom in of my nose. Worsened the past 6 months. Pores enlarged. Redness.
  18. From the album: 2014

    Facial flushing after moving stuff to our new place. Face gets hot and stays this way for an hour or two.
  19. From the album: 2014

    Facial flushing after moving stuff to our new place. Face gets hot and stays this way for an hour or two.
  20. Been surfing through several makeup sites,rosacea sites etc. and heard about tinted moisturizer.This idea is highly interesting to me as a time saver 'cause like many of my fellow acne suffering ladies,this chick don't go out without makeup on!! These days my actual breakouts are basically in check(although at any given time i have several smaller blemishes and/or one larger one )but I have tons of red marks and blothchy uneven skin with large pores so going out w/out the makeup IS NOT an op
  21. i have rosacea and horrible [closed] comedonal acne almost all over my face and also my entire face but mainly cheeks and jaw are covered in irregular red spots, these are not from acne (i almost never have pimples, the only ones i am getting, rarely, are little whiteheads and that's all, for me everything is pretty much under the skin and mostly on forehead, nose and chin, cheeks are p clear) it's more like a rash but i had it for so long i don't even know when exactly it appeared, it looks so
  22. Hey! I'm a 17 year old male and have had problems with red face after showers for a few years now. But it seems to get worse now when my acne is worse. When I shower my face,especially nose gets red a few minutes after. The thing is that sometimes I don't get red at all after showering, and sometimes i get really red. I'll show a picture of when my face is the worst. My face also get very red easily when exercising. I dont know if i have rosacea or not, as im only 17. For a lot of people the
  23. Hi, Does anyone know what kind of acne or skin disorder this? My skin is verg rough looking with bumpy texture. In the nasolabial folds area in particular there are red rash like spots and bumps. In the centre of my forehead horrible tiny spots which look worse in certain light. my skin also looks very dehydrated please help me I would appreciate it x
  24. I've never had visible acne on my cheeks, I haven't had any active pimples on there! My cheeks look like there is acne scarring and there is under the skin bumps but the surface feels smooth, it's also quite red in that area people always think I've got sunburn there. Any ideas?
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