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  • Nicazel Forte

    Has anyone tried this for their P&P? I was just put on this yesterday.

  • #2
    I have been on Nicazel forte for less then a week, and it's only a vitamen and it is working very well. I suggest everyone try one course if they have given up on anti biotics. I have very bad P&P due to doxy rebound since november.

    I have tried soolantra, tea tree oil, metro gel, and finacea.

    Soolantra didn't work. Tea Tree oil helped, but did not fix, metro gel helped, and fincea helped. I am currently using with the Nicazel Forte

    1. Metro gel
    2. Finacea Foam
    3. Suflur Sulfate Cream
    4. Tea Tree cleanse at night.

    But once I started taking the Nicazel I noticed a big change about 5 days in.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by newjacksm View Post
      I have been on Nicazel forte for less then a week, and it's only a vitamen and it is working very well. I suggest everyone try one course if they have given up on anti biotics. I have very bad P&P due to doxy rebound since november.

      I have tried soolantra, tea tree oil, metro gel, and finacea.

      Soolantra didn't work. Tea Tree oil helped, but did not fix, metro gel helped, and fincea helped. I am currently using with the Nicazel Forte

      1. Metro gel
      2. Finacea Foam
      3. Suflur Sulfate Cream
      4. Tea Tree cleanse at night.

      But once I started taking the Nicazel I noticed a big change about 5 days in.

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      • #4
        Let's try that again.
        That is very promising, it is a big relief when something finally works.
        I am trying to tackle my Rosacea naturally.
        I am going to give this a try as well.
        I posted earlier today something about how Rosacea could be attributed to digestive problems.
        Even PH balance is connected.
        I figure the Rosacea is a sign of something bigger going on internally.
        Take care.

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        • #5
          Interesting. My derm recently put me on niacinamide 500 mg 2x day. I don't have p+ps. Used to a few yrs ago. That cleared then I became flusher (subtype 1 rosacea).

          The doc originally prescribed Nicomide - a prescription supplement with niacinamide, zinc, copper, folic acid. My insurance wouldn't cover it and it was $375 with a coupon.

          I notice that NicAzel Forte is niacinamide (in the form of Azerizin - a blend of nicotinamide, azelaic acid, quercetin and curcumin). Plus zinc/copper, folic acid and pyridoxine.

          I'm also taking quercetin - my idea not my derm's. Been taking it for a couple months or more.

          I've read posts here on this forum, on the acne forum and elsewhere niacinamide where people have said niacinamide helped their breakouts (rosacea or acne related). Niacinamide topically has helped people, too

          The doc has me taking niacinamide because of flushing on my chest, neck and ears - which I think she thinks is nerves/anxiety related. But when I flush on my face, I flush elsewhere, too.

          I feel a benefit from the niacinamide - but my flushing isn't gone. It has seemed to help my evening ear flushing. But I may try adding in the pyridoxine, zinc/copper and folic acid and see if that helps.
          Anyway, for those without access to Nicomide or NicAzel - you might try over the counter niacinamide 500 mg 2x day. Some people take 1500 for anxiety.

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