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    Hello,

    So around 12 years ago i had gotten a chemical peel and did not wear sunscreen and my exposed face had gotten sunlight directly on it, and as a result I ended up getting facial erythema or rosacea as a result. I have tried everything under the sun from pills, creams, v beam, ktp laser, ipl, yellow laser, Botox, you name it. It wasn't till around two years when I saw a post here about Stanford dermatology using Cosentyx in clinical trials to treat rosacea that I said why not let’s give this a try. I flew down and said “hey let’s see what happens.” After my visit and a long trial period, i was sent back home and a few days later the Cosentyx came in. I had to inject two needles into my leg which hurt somewhat. And the next morning to my surprise my redness was starting to recede. I was in shock because i thought to myself this can't be true. Anyways, after a couple of months of trying it the trial was coming to an end and I told myself I needed to get more. But the trial wouldn't allow it. So i set my sights on other way i could try to recede my rosacea. I then went to a stem cell clinic and had gotten stem cells via IV and on top of the redness the Cosentyx had cleared up I was impressed and thought to myself after reading on how stem cells can repair broken blood vessels, I believed after the clinic showed me pictures of other people who they themselves had cleared their erythema that I was on the same track to be cured. The treatments are expensive and I can't dent that I wish they were cheaper. However, after another 5 of them my pockets couldn't take the hits and I was down almost 20,000 with about a good 35% reduction in my estimate. So I set out after getting some info and tried PRP so far a total of 6 injected in my target area and surprisingly my rosacea is 50% cleared. I noticed that when I get in different lighting's it seems as if I can see different layers of my rosacea. Currently my rosacea is good and I can actually see what my natural skin color looks like which is amazing. I do believe the inflammation from the erythema has damaged my skin which is something I want to fix after I keep getting more PRP which lets in growth factors and stem cells in the damaged area of inflammation. I’m currently paying 250$ per treatment at a place I found after searching the net for days from a good source. However, I won’t lie I’m tired of this condition as it’s affected my self-esteem and given me social anxiety. I’ll keep you all updated on anything and everything with my progress and feel free to share your thoughts below.

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    Originally posted by Jedimaster2cool View Post
    Hello,

    So around 12 years ago i had gotten a chemical peel and did not wear sunscreen and my exposed face had gotten sunlight directly on it, and as a result I ended up getting facial erythema or rosacea as a result. I have tried everything under the sun from pills, creams, v beam, ktp laser, ipl, yellow laser, Botox, you name it. It wasn't till around two years when I saw a post here about Stanford dermatology using Cosentyx in clinical trials to treat rosacea that I said why not let’s give this a try. I flew down and said “hey let’s see what happens.” After my visit and a long trial period, i was sent back home and a few days later the Cosentyx came in. I had to inject two needles into my leg which hurt somewhat. And the next morning to my surprise my redness was starting to recede. I was in shock because i thought to myself this can't be true. Anyways, after a couple of months of trying it the trial was coming to an end and I told myself I needed to get more. But the trial wouldn't allow it. So i set my sights on other way i could try to recede my rosacea. I then went to a stem cell clinic and had gotten stem cells via IV and on top of the redness the Cosentyx had cleared up I was impressed and thought to myself after reading on how stem cells can repair broken blood vessels, I believed after the clinic showed me pictures of other people who they themselves had cleared their erythema that I was on the same track to be cured. The treatments are expensive and I can't dent that I wish they were cheaper. However, after another 5 of them my pockets couldn't take the hits and I was down almost 20,000 with about a good 35% reduction in my estimate. So I set out after getting some info and tried PRP so far a total of 6 injected in my target area and surprisingly my rosacea is 50% cleared. I noticed that when I get in different lighting's it seems as if I can see different layers of my rosacea. Currently my rosacea is good and I can actually see what my natural skin color looks like which is amazing. I do believe the inflammation from the erythema has damaged my skin which is something I want to fix after I keep getting more PRP which lets in growth factors and stem cells in the damaged area of inflammation. I’m currently paying 250$ per treatment at a place I found after searching the net for days from a good source. However, I won’t lie I’m tired of this condition as it’s affected my self-esteem and given me social anxiety. I’ll keep you all updated on anything and everything with my progress and feel free to share your thoughts below.
    Hi Very interesting reading your post and it seems we have both been trying to tackle the rosacea in similar way. September 2018 I also had an IV of mesenchymal umbilical cord stem cells at the stem cell institute in Panama (It was pricey at £17,000) My hope was that it would help my Rosacea, Crohns disease and psoriasis. Sadly it did not work for either of my conditions although the clinic have had it work for psoriasis and crohns in the past.

    I have also seen the trial about cosentyx for rosacea and it is good to hear some positive feedback, I have been discussing it with my dermatologist, however Consentyx is linked to incidences of IBD (Irritable bowel disease) although it is cautioned on the label for Active disease only. So are you saying it helped your rosacea and prevented redness? Did you have pustules etc? I am now about to start Stelara for my psoriasis and crohns it doesnt block the IL 17A like cosentyx but it reduces IL17 A in the body.

    May I ask what is PRP?

    PS (I joined a Cosentyx group on facebook and asked if it had helped anyone with rosacea, there were some reports that it caused rosacea so this is interesting to here it helped)
    Last edited by Dan3dwards; 11 September 2019, 06:22 PM.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Dan3dwards View Post
      Hi Very interesting reading your post and it seems we have both been trying to tackle the rosacea in similar way. September 2018 I also had an IV of mesenchymal umbilical cord stem cells at the stem cell institute in Panama (It was pricey at £17,000) My hope was that it would help my Rosacea, Crohns disease and psoriasis. Sadly it did not work for either of my conditions although the clinic have had it work for psoriasis and crohns in the past.

      I have also seen the trial about cosentyx for rosacea and it is good to hear some positive feedback, I have been discussing it with my dermatologist, however Consentyx is linked to incidences of IBD (Irritable bowel disease) although it is cautioned on the label for Active disease only. So are you saying it helped your rosacea and prevented redness? Did you have pustules etc? I am now about to start Stelara for my psoriasis and crohns it doesnt block the IL 17A like cosentyx but it reduces IL17 A in the body.

      May I ask what is PRP?

      PS (I joined a Cosentyx group on facebook and asked if it had helped anyone with rosacea, there were some reports that it caused rosacea so this is interesting to here it helped)
      My rosacea is very specific because it's not related to my immune system. What is have is no different than post laser erythema or even topical steroid withdrawal. My erythema was caused because i didn't wear sunscreen after i had gotten a chemical peel. Ironically i read an article about a Chinese girl who got rosacea the same way and was diagnosed by a dermatologist the same way i was. Cosentyx helps with inflammation but if you have psoriasis it can lower the immune system and end up directly giving some rosacea. Yeah i had papules and redness and it helped both, my acne rosacea as you will is just a reaction of my inflammation producing oil glands giving me acne. I actually had the stem cells directly injected into my face lol, because i read that stem cells can actually repair broken blood vessels which is what i have the erythema rosacea. Yes the Cosentyx did help a lot but i have to schedule an appointment with the doctor Anne Chang at the Stanford dermatology, after I hassled them ahahaha. But anyways prp is platelet rich plasma which has growth factors when injected send growth factors in the injected area which call in stem cells to repair the area (especially of inflammation). My hopes are to keep getting more hopefully another 5 or so and be done with this condition. Since rosacea is so diverse we all respond to treatment differently. Also anything intradermally injected always works the best for me. There’s this study I’ve seen that I’m probably going to join you can look at too if you’re interested.

      http://fdaaa.trialstracker.net/trial/NCT03883945/

      Also if you need any help on finding cheap places for prp let me know dude I can help. I just hate this condition as its destroyed my life and self esteem dude.
      Last edited by Jedimaster2cool; 11 September 2019, 08:49 PM.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Jedimaster2cool View Post
        My rosacea is very specific because it's not related to my immune system. What is have is no different than post laser erythema or even topical steroid withdrawal. My erythema was caused because i didn't wear sunscreen after i had gotten a chemical peel. Ironically i read an article about a Chinese girl who got rosacea the same way and was diagnosed by a dermatologist the same way i was. Cosentyx helps with inflammation but if you have psoriasis it can lower the immune system and end up directly giving some rosacea. Yeah i had papules and redness and it helped both, my acne rosacea as you will is just a reaction of my inflammation producing oil glands giving me acne. I actually had the stem cells directly injected into my face lol, because i read that stem cells can actually repair broken blood vessels which is what i have the erythema rosacea. Yes the Cosentyx did help a lot but i have to schedule an appointment with the doctor Anne Chang at the Stanford dermatology, after I hassled them ahahaha. But anyways prp is platelet rich plasma which has growth factors when injected send growth factors in the injected area which call in stem cells to repair the area (especially of inflammation). My hopes are to keep getting more hopefully another 5 or so and be done with this condition. Since rosacea is so diverse we all respond to treatment differently. Also anything intradermally injected always works the best for me. There’s this study I’ve seen that I’m probably going to join you can look at too if you’re interested.

        http://fdaaa.trialstracker.net/trial/NCT03883945/

        Also if you need any help on finding cheap places for prp let me know dude I can help. I just hate this condition as its destroyed my life and self esteem dude.
        Thank you, how are you finding the PRP treatment I have been looking at clinics in the UK. Does it reduce your flushing and skin sensitivity?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Dan3dwards View Post
          Thank you, how are you finding the PRP treatment I have been looking at clinics in the UK. Does it reduce your flushing and skin sensitivity?
          I'm actually going in to get PRP and stem cell therapy for my rosacea tomorrow. The total cost is $5000, I'll update you all on my treatment in a new thread about my overall results.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Dan3dwards View Post
            Thank you, how are you finding the PRP treatment I have been looking at clinics in the UK. Does it reduce your flushing and skin sensitivity?
            And answer your question it does help with erythema and flushing but I'm going for a full face one tomorrow for 5000$ and may get several to see if this helps so I'll update you all on my progress.

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            • #7
              Keep us posted

              Very interested to see what kind of results you're going to get. Keep us posted!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by joshuaweismann View Post
                Very interested to see what kind of results you're going to get. Keep us posted!
                Originally posted by Henrik1967 View Post
                Can you please provide further details about the stem cell treatment? Thanks
                Yes so with the stem cell treatments I've had several and they've be performed on me for erythema rosacea over a period of two and half years. I've had a total of 5 IV stem cells from a clinic in Glendora. I have another 2 treatments for stem cells injected into my face at another clinic. I also went to Mexico to get another stem cell injected into my face. I also went to this clinic in ontario which I had prp and stem cells injected in both my face and IV. I've had a total of 25 prp's injected in my face as well. The prp helps a lot but the stem cell cells help the most especially after the prp injections. My rosacea has completely dissapeared and I can see my skin. I've spent a total of over $40,000 on just my treatments alone and would go in sometimes esp in the last 6 months getting a treatment every week or two. In the last 30 days I had 4 prp treatments and a laser for my hyperpigmentation which I was never able to see because I had so much redness covering my face. I also did a clinical trial which I took secukinumab (cosentyx) from Anne Chang at the stanford medical center. The secukinumab (cosentyx) helped a lot too and I wish I still was taking some, but anyways my redness is gone now and I feel amazing and am glad I don't have to keep dealing with condition anymore and wanted to share this with you all.

                The place where I got 50 million stem cells through IV was done in Mexico for $5,000 which is amazing was done through R3 stem cells.

                The place I recommend for PRP + stem cells for rosacea erythema (redness) is in Ontario California. It's located in the same as building as the address here 3333 Concours St #5100, Ontario, CA 91764. Phone: (909) 287-7474 California Pain Regenerative & Wellness Physicians: John Dimowo, MD
                . This was the place where I saw the best improvement. I might go back there in the future maybe 1 or 2 times just to be sure I don't have any other lingering redness on my skin.

                Other than that this is what I did to get rid of my rosacea and my skin feels absolutely amazing.

                If you have any other questions feel free to contact me here.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Dan3dwards View Post
                  Thank you, how are you finding the PRP treatment I have been looking at clinics in the UK. Does it reduce your flushing and skin sensitivity?
                  Originally posted by Henrik1967 View Post
                  Can you please provide further details about the stem cell treatment? Thanks
                  Yes so with the stem cell treatments I've had several and they've be performed on me for erythema rosacea over a period of two and half years. I've had a total of 5 IV stem cells from a clinic in Glendora. I have another 2 treatments for stem cells injected into my face at another clinic. I also went to Mexico to get another stem cell injected into my face. I also went to this clinic in ontario which I had prp and stem cells injected in both my face and IV. I've had a total of 25 prp's injected in my face as well. The prp helps a lot but the stem cell cells help the most especially after the prp injections. My rosacea has completely dissapeared and I can see my skin. I've spent a total of over $40,000 on just my treatments alone and would go in sometimes esp in the last 6 months getting a treatment every week or two. In the last 30 days I had 4 prp treatments and a laser for my hyperpigmentation which I was never able to see because I had so much redness covering my face. I also did a clinical trial which I took secukinumab (cosentyx) from Anne Chang at the stanford medical center. The secukinumab (cosentyx) helped a lot too and I wish I still was taking some, but anyways my redness is gone now and I feel amazing and am glad I don't have to keep dealing with condition anymore and wanted to share this with you all.

                  The place where I got 50 million stem cells through IV was done in Mexico for $5,000 which is amazing was done through R3 stem cells.

                  The place I recommend for PRP + stem cells for rosacea erythema (redness) is in Ontario California. It's located in the same as building as the address here 3333 Concours St #5100, Ontario, CA 91764. Phone: (909) 287-7474 California Pain Regenerative & Wellness Physicians: John Dimowo, MD
                  . This was the place where I saw the best improvement. I might go back there in the future maybe 1 or 2 times just to be sure I don't have any other lingering redness on my skin.

                  Other than that this is what I did to get rid of my rosacea and my skin feels absolutely amazing.

                  If you have any other questions feel free to contact me here.

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                  • #10
                    My Rosacea was caused by chemical peel + sunlight !

                    Originally posted by Jedimaster2cool View Post
                    Yes so with the stem cell treatments I've had several and they've be performed on me for erythema rosacea over a period of two and half years. I've had a total of 5 IV stem cells from a clinic in Glendora. I have another 2 treatments for stem cells injected into my face at another clinic. I also went to Mexico to get another stem cell injected into my face. I also went to this clinic in ontario which I had prp and stem cells injected in both my face and IV. I've had a total of 25 prp's injected in my face as well. The prp helps a lot but the stem cell cells help the most especially after the prp injections. My rosacea has completely dissapeared and I can see my skin. I've spent a total of over $40,000 on just my treatments alone and would go in sometimes esp in the last 6 months getting a treatment every week or two. In the last 30 days I had 4 prp treatments and a laser for my hyperpigmentation which I was never able to see because I had so much redness covering my face. I also did a clinical trial which I took secukinumab (cosentyx) from Anne Chang at the stanford medical center. The secukinumab (cosentyx) helped a lot too and I wish I still was taking some, but anyways my redness is gone now and I feel amazing and am glad I don't have to keep dealing with condition anymore and wanted to share this with you all.

                    The place where I got 50 million stem cells through IV was done in Mexico for $5,000 which is amazing was done through R3 stem cells.

                    The place I recommend for PRP + stem cells for rosacea erythema (redness) is in Ontario California. It's located in the same as building as the address here 3333 Concours St #5100, Ontario, CA 91764. Phone: (909) 287-7474 California Pain Regenerative & Wellness Physicians: John Dimowo, MD
                    . This was the place where I saw the best improvement. I might go back there in the future maybe 1 or 2 times just to be sure I don't have any other lingering redness on my skin.

                    Other than that this is what I did to get rid of my rosacea and my skin feels absolutely amazing.

                    If you have any other questions feel free to contact me here.
                    Hi Jed, my Rosacea was triggered in the exact same what as you.. chemical peel + sunlight with no sunscreen. Just to give you a little quick rundown on what happened to me is..I did a homemade chemical peel at home made of lemons a few summers ago to lighten a really dark tan on my face; everything went well & i really had no side effects & it healed quickly. but every time I went in the sun a few days/weeks afterwards I would develop a mildly red face, at the time I assumed it was a bit of sunburn; it happened about twice and took a few days to fade back to my regular skin with the help of a aloe Vera gel (little did I know this was heavy flushing and the start of my Rosacea nightmare) anyway like 2 weeks after my last flush it was a really beaming hot late august day I thought I was in the clear and spent like 4,5 hours walking around with the sun shining directly on my face with no sunscreen, as the sun began to wane like 5pm I noticed people giving me funny looks i didn't understand why then I saw my reflection in a shop window ; my whole face was dark red, more so than it had been during the flushing episodes. I came right home and it's been that way ever since, this was late august/early September 2019.

                    Nothing I've tried has been able to help it except short term treatments like mirvaso, nasal spray or aloe Vera gel that is ultimately not really worth it because of the massive rebound.

                    I don't know about you but in the beginning it was just baseline redness, but now I've developed flushing during temperature changes and also burning nerve pain in my cheeks which could be Rosacea or damage done by the peel + sunlight.

                    Also another extremely depressing factor that I've noticed is that my face cannot handle the sun these days without being irritated. And I don't seem to be able to tan anymore.

                    I was looking into getting a v beam perfecta but you said v beam didn't work for you ? Can you be a bit specific on that like how many you had, what setting, what was the result.

                    My theory on our type is that the chemical peel/acid basically penetrated the dermis skin layer; exposing the nerve endings; the sun/UV rays then deeply irritated/injured/destroyed these nerve endings. The nerves then supply increased blood supply to the site of injury/inflammation. I strongly believe there's a neurological component to this (if you heavily research you'll find that people who suffered chemical or deep thermal burns are left with redness and nerve sensitivity in the area of injury) also inflammation but not in the same way as a person with traditional rosacea. Who knows it may not even be Rosacea it maybe another condition that has very similar symptoms. But I do believe lasers would be the most effective treatment because by removing the massive blood supply to the face the nerves would have a chance to regenerate and heal. Of course the other more straightforward theory is that the sun has stretched the capillaries in the face which usually happens over time but in our case, due to the peel our faces were 1000x more sensitive and the sun stronger (this is a well known side effect of heavy sun damage to have a blotchy red face).

                    Anyway that's my two cents; it's nice to read about someone who's had a similar experience to me because I've been religiously scanning the boards for a case like mine; I was going a bit mad at one point because I really couldn't relate to anyone on here. Hope to chat with you soon.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by LawrenceK View Post
                      Hi Jed, my Rosacea was triggered in the exact same what as you.. chemical peel + sunlight with no sunscreen. Just to give you a little quick rundown on what happened to me is..I did a homemade chemical peel at home made of lemons a few summers ago to lighten a really dark tan on my face; everything went well & i really had no side effects & it healed quickly. but every time I went in the sun a few days/weeks afterwards I would develop a mildly red face, at the time I assumed it was a bit of sunburn; it happened about twice and took a few days to fade back to my regular skin with the help of a aloe Vera gel (little did I know this was heavy flushing and the start of my Rosacea nightmare) anyway like 2 weeks after my last flush it was a really beaming hot late august day I thought I was in the clear and spent like 4,5 hours walking around with the sun shining directly on my face with no sunscreen, as the sun began to wane like 5pm I noticed people giving me funny looks i didn't understand why then I saw my reflection in a shop window ; my whole face was dark red, more so than it had been during the flushing episodes. I came right home and it's been that way ever since, this was late august/early September 2019.

                      Nothing I've tried has been able to help it except short term treatments like mirvaso, nasal spray or aloe Vera gel that is ultimately not really worth it because of the massive rebound.

                      I don't know about you but in the beginning it was just baseline redness, but now I've developed flushing during temperature changes and also burning nerve pain in my cheeks which could be Rosacea or damage done by the peel + sunlight.

                      Also another extremely depressing factor that I've noticed is that my face cannot handle the sun these days without being irritated. And I don't seem to be able to tan anymore.

                      I was looking into getting a v beam perfecta but you said v beam didn't work for you ? Can you be a bit specific on that like how many you had, what setting, what was the result.

                      My theory on our type is that the chemical peel/acid basically penetrated the dermis skin layer; exposing the nerve endings; the sun/UV rays then deeply irritated/injured/destroyed these nerve endings. The nerves then supply increased blood supply to the site of injury/inflammation. I strongly believe there's a neurological component to this (if you heavily research you'll find that people who suffered chemical or deep thermal burns are left with redness and nerve sensitivity in the area of injury) also inflammation but not in the same way as a person with traditional rosacea. Who knows it may not even be Rosacea it maybe another condition that has very similar symptoms. But I do believe lasers would be the most effective treatment because by removing the massive blood supply to the face the nerves would have a chance to regenerate and heal. Of course the other more straightforward theory is that the sun has stretched the capillaries in the face which usually happens over time but in our case, due to the peel our faces were 1000x more sensitive and the sun stronger (this is a well known side effect of heavy sun damage to have a blotchy red face).

                      Anyway that's my two cents; it's nice to read about someone who's had a similar experience to me because I've been religiously scanning the boards for a case like mine; I was going a bit mad at one point because I really couldn't relate to anyone on here. Hope to chat with you soon.

                      I'm sorry for responding so late I forgot to check the responses, and yes I understand the effects rosacea can have on our confidence. I myself have "rosacea skin anxiety" which has destroyed my confidence and I'm slowly just now getting back into the mist of things again after years. I'll go over everything I've done that's worked for me. The things that didn't work for me include IPL, yellow laser, v-beam, ktp laser, q-switch laser, antibiotics.

                      Things that work for my redness are PRP, PRF (A newer version of PRP with more growth factors. If you can find someone in your area who does it for cheap search here at www.yelp.com your skin would look amazing after, stem cells work but are expensive, I would rather do PRF since you get the same results for a fraction of the cost but if you want to get stem cells I'd recommend going to regenxxx they charge very cheap esp at their clinic in mexico. Also, cosentyx is a new drug that had a clinical trial at the stanford medical center by Anne Chang it did improve my rosacea but I would need more treatments to see a significant improvement. There's also a new drug here I'll send a link if you're interested in partaking a the clinical trial. It sounds promising so I say give it a try here: https://www.clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/s...draw=2&rank=10

                      As far as my symptoms I have redness (both persistent and permanent) and papules, However, PRP & recently PRF have improved my rosacea by 90% and I plan on partaking in a new clinical trial actually two. The one from the link I sent you and one with tranexamic acid injections. I believe we have to try several things in order to fix our rosacea. There's a really interesting article here which is why I like getting PRP injections because they build collagen which gets depleted by constant redness (here is the article: https://www.dermatologytimes.com/vie...ked-to-rosacea ). I believe with these two (the clinical trial and tranexamic acid injections, as well as a few more PRP injections), I'll be completely finished with this disorder. I can actually now see my original skin color. Also, if you have any other questions feel free to message me here I'll be always open to answer any questions.

                      Also, I wanted to add I just heard of something called exosomes which I'm just looking into, as well as an old post on here of dye injections and lasers. I'll keep you posted as well as send you a message if you don't end up seeing this post somehow. I want to end this once and for all and will keep you updated on my progress my friend.

                      Take care

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Jedimaster2cool View Post
                        I'm sorry for responding so late I forgot to check the responses, and yes I understand the effects rosacea can have on our confidence. I myself have "rosacea skin anxiety" which has destroyed my confidence and I'm slowly just now getting back into the mist of things again after years. I'll go over everything I've done that's worked for me. The things that didn't work for me include IPL, yellow laser, v-beam, ktp laser, q-switch laser, antibiotics.

                        Things that work for my redness are PRP, PRF (A newer version of PRP with more growth factors. If you can find someone in your area who does it for cheap search here at www.yelp.com your skin would look amazing after, stem cells work but are expensive, I would rather do PRF since you get the same results for a fraction of the cost but if you want to get stem cells I'd recommend going to regenxxx they charge very cheap esp at their clinic in mexico. Also, cosentyx is a new drug that had a clinical trial at the stanford medical center by Anne Chang it did improve my rosacea but I would need more treatments to see a significant improvement. There's also a new drug here I'll send a link if you're interested in partaking a the clinical trial. It sounds promising so I say give it a try here: https://www.clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/s...draw=2&rank=10

                        As far as my symptoms I have redness (both persistent and permanent) and papules, However, PRP & recently PRF have improved my rosacea by 90% and I plan on partaking in a new clinical trial actually two. The one from the link I sent you and one with tranexamic acid injections. I believe we have to try several things in order to fix our rosacea. There's a really interesting article here which is why I like getting PRP injections because they build collagen which gets depleted by constant redness (here is the article: https://www.dermatologytimes.com/vie...ked-to-rosacea ). I believe with these two (the clinical trial and tranexamic acid injections, as well as a few more PRP injections), I'll be completely finished with this disorder. I can actually now see my original skin color. Also, if you have any other questions feel free to message me here I'll be always open to answer any questions.

                        Also, I wanted to add I just heard of something called exosomes which I'm just looking into, as well as an old post on here of dye injections and lasers. I'll keep you posted as well as send you a message if you don't end up seeing this post somehow. I want to end this once and for all and will keep you updated on my progress my friend.

                        Take care
                        Just fyi those links don't work. (the 2 after the yelp one)

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