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  1. I haven't tried vanicream, but I think anything...

    I haven't tried vanicream, but I think anything that's not waterproof or oil based will probably come off with profuse sweating. If it's just too tacky, you could try a little finishing powder, but...
  2. Thread: Licorice tea

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    Topical Licorice Root

    I know this is an older thread, but I've recently found research to support using licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) for acne rosacea, but the dosage should be low than many of the supplements I've seen....
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    Follow up to ocular rosacea

    Hello all, I've recently been dealing with a flare caused by a medication and woke up yesterday with clear signs of ocular rosacea Cry: I had an old batch mixed with 10% terpinen-4-ol (still have the...
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    I see your OP is a year old, so not sure if...

    I see your OP is a year old, so not sure if you're still seeking answers. I have not taken MT2; in fact, I'd never heard of it until this post, but I had been taking mirtazapine, prescribed for...
  5. Thread: Best make up?

    by kimber
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    concealer / makeup / sunscreen

    I use glo-minerals camouflage oil-free concealer in "golden," which has a yellow base. I am very break-out prone, so this is the only concealer I can use. I've found that if I dab it lightly with my...
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    Thanks for the information on sea buckthorn seed...

    Thanks for the information on sea buckthorn seed oil; I've read some positive posts about it. Good luck with the terpinen; I haven't had to use mine in quite some time now, not even for maintenance...
  7. Thread: Peels

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    An, I use a salicylic acid peel weekly, but I...

    An, I use a salicylic acid peel weekly, but I think they use the term "peel" incorrectly with the product since it doesn't cause necrosis of the skin. This may be what makes my pores normal. I also...
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    Faith, How are you doing?

    Faith,
    How are you doing?
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    Acalnan, I react badly to TTO, although I can use...

    Acalnan, I react badly to TTO, although I can use the active ingredient in it, terpenin-4-ol, which I used during an ocular rosacea problem, so I'd say to start with sulfur, but it's dependent upon...
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    No, I didn't suggest that we SHOULD abandon! Just...

    No, I didn't suggest that we SHOULD abandon! Just the opposite: I'm suggesting that's the problem when we overdo it, so my suggestion is to progress and use cautiously.
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    Sulfur Powder

    Willyboff, I use sulfur powder that I add to my cleanser only at night and to my shampoo 2-3x/week because too much of it tends to really dry out my skin. I've found the amount and frequency that...
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    I got the terpinen-4-ol from Sun Pure Botanicals;...

    I got the terpinen-4-ol from Sun Pure Botanicals; they also have a store on eBay. Here's a link:...
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    If you're referring to the eyelash dandruff, I...

    If you're referring to the eyelash dandruff, I definitely had it. I think we all react differently, so I suppose you could.
    I am in complete remission of ocular rosacea; I haven't used t4o in some...
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    Any progress?

    Any progress?
  15. Ivermectin versus Metronidazole (Clinical Trial Results)

    "Results: A total of 962 subjects were randomized to receive IVM 1% (n = 478) or MTZ 075% (n = 484). At week 16, IVM 1% was significantly superior to MTZ 075% in terms of reduction from baseline in...
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    Ivermectin Cream or Metronidazole? (Trial)

    "Results: A total of 962 subjects were randomized to receive IVM 1% (n = 478) or MTZ 075% (n = 484). At week 16, IVM 1% was significantly superior to MTZ 075% in terms of reduction from baseline in...
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    My bottle doesn't indicate that. It's from...

    My bottle doesn't indicate that. It's from Walgreens in a large, white opaque bottle. Exactly like this one linked here.
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    Diluting T4O

    Hi Malfon, depending on how much you want to make, simply use 9 parts mineral oil to 1part t4o; for example, 9 drops of mineral oil with 1 drop of t4o, but use the same dropper to ensure consistency....
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    Skylark, First, you are not alone. I know it...

    Skylark,

    First, you are not alone. I know it feels like it. I have a challenge for you: close your eyes and when you open them, I want you to focus on what YOU see, not what you think others see....
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    T4O cleared my ocular rosacea...

    Hello all. I just wanted to post this link to a thread on using T40 for ocular rosacea; it's the active ingredient in Cliradex wipes for ocular rosacea. The clinical study is linked in the first...
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    DIY MSM (organic sulfur) creme

    I know your post is old, but YES! I use sulfur to dust on occasionally, but it's super drying. MSM is a great organic sulfur alternative because it's less drying to skin, but still kills demodex and...
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    terpinen-4-ol for ocular rosacea

    Congratulations, and you're welcome. Mine is a distant memory as well, but I still use my terpinen-4-ol and mineral oil mixture 2x/week just for maintenance. Maybe one day we'll be able to stop it...
  23. If you're looking just for something to...

    If you're looking just for something to neutralize redness without adding color, try this sulfur powder. I think of it as a setting powder because I've been using it for that, but it's really sulfur...
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    Neutralize redness & absorb oil

    Hi Beelover,

    I'm glad you've found this too. There's also a great option for those who don't want to add another cream to their arsenal. It's a sulfur powder that I use to neutralize redness. I...
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    Easy neutralizer for redness

    I've been dusting this yellow sulfur powder on my red areas for about two years, and I love it. It's a really fine powder that you can't even see once it's on, but yellow neutralizes red. This is...
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