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    I have neurogenic rosacea and thus far beta blockers haven't worked, antibiotics haven't worked, LDN hasn't worked and laser is what caused it in the first place. My only option left is cymbalta which I really don't want. So before I relent and take it I will be trying microbotox which I have scheduled for next month. I have like 1% faith in it. Wish me luck!

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    Originally posted by Sineadrosy View Post
    I have neurogenic rosacea and thus far beta blockers haven't worked, antibiotics haven't worked, LDN hasn't worked and laser is what caused it in the first place. My only option left is cymbalta which I really don't want. So before I relent and take it I will be trying microbotox which I have scheduled for next month. I have like 1% faith in it. Wish me luck!

    I was wondering how are you. I also have damaged skin by the Cuter laser. I do not trust doctors anymore and someone else who would have to do some surgery for me. I find it too risky and I am afraid it will get worse. Does any cream bring you relief? Have you tried Eucerin AntiREDNESS Concealing Day Care SPF 25 with green pigment?

    https://int.eucerin.com/products/hyp...ay-care-spf-25

    It has a composition that calms the nerves. It gives some relief somehow. You can use a delicate powder on the cream that does not irritate you.
    I don't know if there is any better option for now with delicate, thin and hyper-sensitive skin where you feel the nevus burned by lasers.

    Additionally, if you feel inflamed there is also powdered Amla that you can use externally to provide relief from inflammation. The antibiotic Azithromecin can help in inflammation.

    If there is no inflammation, then the Eucerin AntiREDNESS Concealing Day Care SPF 25 cream + organic powder may be a good option.

    Additionally, supplements decongesting blood vessels: Rutin, Quercitin, vitamin C and perhaps supplements for nerve regeneration, e.g. vitamin B1 and others.
    I also read about some things that can accelerate the regeneration and thickening of the skin - it's about increasing testosterone that can affect i
    Last edited by przemek; 6 May 2021, 10:45 AM.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Sineadrosy View Post
      I have neurogenic rosacea and thus far beta blockers haven't worked, antibiotics haven't worked, LDN hasn't worked and laser is what caused it in the first place. My only option left is cymbalta which I really don't want. So before I relent and take it I will be trying microbotox which I have scheduled for next month. I have like 1% faith in it. Wish me luck!
      Please post your results in this thread you have started since we have so little anecdotal reports on this treatment for rosacea, i.e., like this report. laser_cat [post no 21] seems to be getting some improvement with it but in post no 27 stops using it.

      Here is what we do know about botox for rosacea.
      Last edited by Brady Barrows; 6 May 2021, 11:41 AM.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Brady Barrows View Post
        Please post your results in this thread you have started since we have so little anecdotal reports on this treatment for rosacea, i.e., like this report. laser_cat [post no 21] seems to be getting some improvement with it but in post no 27 stops using it.

        Here is what we do know about botox for rosacea.
        I will do!

        Btw it says I don't have permission to look at the last link

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        • #5
          I think that you should stop believing that someone will do some treatment for you, after which your skin will be healthy. It doesn't work for our skins because they aren't "normal" right now ..

          I used to think that I would go somewhere for a treatment and my skin would be normal, but I only worsened the condition of my skin. So be careful after these treatments. Our skins have a damaged protective barrier and it is very easy to surprise them. My experience tells me that you had to go nowhere, only on your own, help yourself, get interested in what can really help and not believe what those who want to earn from you say. That's the truth.
          I assume that I did not accept the fact that my skin sometimes turns a little red - I helped myself a little then, but I wanted more and it all just destroyed the skin - I trusted too much of those who made it, but I felt that it could be risky, they know better than I do and that was not true.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Sineadrosy View Post
            I have neurogenic rosacea and thus far beta blockers haven't worked, antibiotics haven't worked, LDN hasn't worked and laser is what caused it in the first place. My only option left is cymbalta which I really don't want. So before I relent and take it I will be trying microbotox which I have scheduled for next month. I have like 1% faith in it. Wish me luck!
            Hi Sineadrosy,
            Where are you getting the micro botox done? I would like to try it too

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Momof View Post
              Hi Sineadrosy,
              Where are you getting the micro botox done? I would like to try it too
              I booked in at facial rejuve aesthetic clinic in Stillorgan! Honestly, barely anywhere here seems to do it so I just went with them since they have the best reviews...I just read that the aquagold tool they used is similar to microneedles though so I don't know if it's actually for the best...

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              • #8
                Good luck! Let us know how it goes

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Sineadrosy View Post
                  I booked in at facial rejuve aesthetic clinic in Stillorgan! Honestly, barely anywhere here seems to do it so I just went with them since they have the best reviews...I just read that the aquagold tool they used is similar to microneedles though so I don't know if it's actually for the best...
                  Not sure if you were doing it today? Best of luck with it.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Sineadrosy View Post
                    I will do!
                    Btw it says I don't have permission to look at the last link
                    The RRDi in the past gave access to our entire website to guests. We have now changed guest access to only about 25% of the website. To view the botox rosacea data we have posted requires registration, which is free. You can watch this short video that explains all this.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Sineadrosy View Post
                      I have neurogenic rosacea and thus far beta blockers haven't worked, antibiotics haven't worked, LDN hasn't worked and laser is what caused it in the first place. My only option left is cymbalta which I really don't want. So before I relent and take it I will be trying microbotox which I have scheduled for next month. I have like 1% faith in it. Wish me luck!
                      My appointment isn't until the 7th of June but I am starting to get anxiety since my rosacea was caused by a cosmetic treatment like this (IPL). Is there any cases of microbotox making people's skin worse?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Sineadrosy View Post
                        My appointment isn't until the 7th of June but I am starting to get anxiety since my rosacea was caused by a cosmetic treatment like this (IPL). Is there any cases of microbotox making people's skin worse?
                        There is a new report just out by Zhang et al, you can review which is the last post in this thread, that makes the point, that the study is 'limited by small sample size' and highlights the issue, simply are not enough reports on using this treatment. We have so little anecdotal reports. So hopefully, if you do get the treatment you will update this thread here.
                        Last edited by Brady Barrows; 19 May 2021, 12:28 PM.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Sineadrosy View Post
                          My appointment isn't until the 7th of June but I am starting to get anxiety since my rosacea was caused by a cosmetic treatment like this (IPL). Is there any cases of microbotox making people's skin worse?
                          The success of this very much depends on who is doing it. I've had it done by 3 people and the outcome was different with each and each time. Using botox to treat rosacea requires significant expertise, but any doctor can offer it as a treatment for rosacea without any training.

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                          • #14
                            do not do this. The chances of success are very little or none for me. The chances of skin deterioration are much greater.

                            Especially since your skin has been damaged by IPL, which was supposed to improve the condition of your skin, but it worsened. This is additional information that your skin may be already delicate, thin and sensitive and now additionally damaged by the laser. This treatment can make it worse, for your skin barrier it can be a big problem.
                            If the skin turns red and is not additionally damaged by some aggressive treatments, it is often still bearable and you can survive with it, but when you get burned and some seriously interfering treatments, the problem becomes incomparably bigger

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by przemek View Post
                              do not do this. The chances of success are very little or none for me. The chances of skin deterioration are much greater.

                              Especially since your skin has been damaged by IPL, which was supposed to improve the condition of your skin, but it worsened. This is additional information that your skin may be already delicate, thin and sensitive and now additionally damaged by the laser. This treatment can make it worse, for your skin barrier it can be a big problem.
                              If the skin turns red and is not additionally damaged by some aggressive treatments, it is often still bearable and you can survive with it, but when you get burned and some seriously interfering treatments, the problem becomes incomparably bigger
                              Where did you learn that Botox harms your skin barrier?

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