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  • Nasalcrom

    After reading much about this on the 2 forums, i have been recently using a lot of Nasalcrom on my P&Ps, with decent success. It dries them up nicely, and even leave, for a couple of hours, a white spot around them...

    Unfortunately, a friend of mine brought it back from the US and i can't seem to find a way to get here in Europe. Has anyone purchased this before in Europe? Or in the UK maybe?

    tx

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    Isn't it a nasal spray for allergies?

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    • #3
      Eric,
      I believe it's called Rynacrom over there across the big pond. Try looking for that. Jen is an Aussie, and she buys it over the counter, so I would imagine you would be able to find it where you are , though you don't specify where in Europe you are.

      Laura

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      • #4
        Whoops, just looked at your post again and at your name, OK your in Germany (Im having a brain dead day today)

        Laura

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        • #5
          Just did a quick google, and you should be able to find there.

          Laura

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          • #6
            Topical products (non-prescription)

            I believe nasalcrom is the nose spray also!! This must be something different or are you putting nose spray on your p&p's? Kathy

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            • #7
              Re: Topical products (non-prescription)

              Originally posted by miserable
              I believe nasalcrom is the nose spray also!! This must be something different or are you putting nose spray on your p&p's? Kathy
              Yup, its the nose spray. Its a saline nasal spray for alergies. You put it on a cotton swab or something similar and dab it on the p&p's

              Laura

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              • #8
                http://rosacea-research.org/wiki/ind...ll_Stabilizers

                Meant to have a very good anti-inflammaatory effect. Just dab on with cotton wool.

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                • #9
                  thanks Laura, i will look for Rynacrom.

                  yes, it is the nasal spray. I first heard about this last year from the Yahoo forum. I think a few people have been using it on their p&ps for some time now. As i said, for me, it works only moderately well. It dries them up a bit but i have to re-apply it often for it to have any kind of long lasting effect...

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                  • #10
                    Topical products (non prescription)

                    That's cool!! I wasn't sure, glad it works for p&p's. I am lucky I don't have those, just a few red spots now and then that itch like crazy and then go away. Thanks to Zyrtec I don't have as much stinging as I did!! Thank God for miracles!!! Kathy

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                    • #11
                      hi, does this product works for the flush? I have not understood very well..

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                      • #12
                        Hi,

                        I have been using the nasalcrom for a few days now and it seems like my papules are diminishing. I got a pretty large one yesterday. The nasty bastards of this size usually last for at least a week, but now it has already shrunk and is less red than yesterday. I'll keep you posted about this!

                        Angela

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                        • #13
                          nasalcrom reduces itching

                          I've started using nasalcrom again after having read on the internet that it is used topically for eczema. Since my cheeks tend to itch at times I thought this might reduce the itching and indeed it does. It also definitely shrinks my papules. Great!

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