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  1. A spray bottle can be quite a good way to calm a...

    A spray bottle can be quite a good way to calm a flush if it is mild. I use this brand:...
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    Laser treatment isn't regularly offered on the...

    Laser treatment isn't regularly offered on the NHS for rosacea anymore. I don't think it's a sensible approach anyway when you have tried medicine options.
  3. Do you take this as a liquid mixed in water?

    Do you take this as a liquid mixed in water?
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    Dr John Ashworth is an experienced dermatologist,...

    Dr John Ashworth is an experienced dermatologist, based near Manchester, who does online consultations at an affordable price. I've seen him face to face and he seemed good.
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  5. It sounds like you have quite a strong flushing,...

    It sounds like you have quite a strong flushing, so you'll need to think about addressing all aspects that can influence flushing - using the right combination of medicines (I suggest some that work...
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    I've not seen anyone have good experiences with...

    I've not seen anyone have good experiences with Carvedilol on the Forum unfortunately. I do have some, but was put off by the bad reports.
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    Hi Joshua As long as I deal with the demodex...

    Hi Joshua

    As long as I deal with the demodex mites, I don't get the tingling in my face. In fact, in recent times of the virus when people are told to stop scratching their face, it isn't an...
  8. It helps with gluten, dairy and potatoes. I...

    It helps with gluten, dairy and potatoes. I think cutting out all wheat is still a good idea though. I find oats and potatoes are better tolerated for example when using the supplement. I take the...
  9. I agree with you - the masks are not going to be...

    I agree with you - the masks are not going to be suitable to wear for some people with flushing problems.
  10. I do take anti-flushing medications which may...

    I do take anti-flushing medications which may impact my flushing area temperatures but when my ears were somewhat flushed, they were actually shown to be colder than the rest of my body using thermal...
  11. I think the Integrative Therapeutics Similase...

    I think the Integrative Therapeutics Similase GFCF is a particularly high quality supplement - it was recommended to me by a dermatologist, Dr Alan Dattner, who specialised in holistic approaches to...
  12. I recommend this diet - ...

    I recommend this diet -
    https://www.marksdailyapple.com/how-i-lost-40-pounds-and-banished-rosacea-using-primal-principles/

    If you can avoid all wheat and rice and most added sugar as a minimum...
  13. There is a lot of anecdotal evidence through many...

    There is a lot of anecdotal evidence through many years I've had following this forum that hydroxychloroquine can help with accutane induced flushing. That really helped me. A blood pressure...
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    The Ordinary sell plant based Squalane for £5.50...

    The Ordinary sell plant based Squalane for £5.50 - I wonder if there is any issue with its quality?
    https://www.cultbeauty.co.uk/the-ordinary-100-plant-derived-squalane.html

    Do you think Squalane...
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    My skin is able to tolerate Zhongzhou cream every...

    My skin is able to tolerate Zhongzhou cream every night if I use a barrier repair cream on top of it (using both of them is my nightly routine). I use Dermalogica Barrier repair cream.
  16. Hi Carl I'm also very sensitive to which foods...

    Hi Carl

    I'm also very sensitive to which foods I eat. There is a very good blog post which I agree with nearly all of what the guy says here about how he improved his rosacea with diet:...
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    Yeah they are expensive - but they work and are a...

    Yeah they are expensive - but they work and are a lot cheaper than laser. You can get samples of either if you search for providers.

    I have experienced damage from IPL and laser - and what you...
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    Try Dermalogica barrier repair cream and...

    Try Dermalogica barrier repair cream and skinceutical epidermal repair cream. These both help to strengthen the skin's barrier as much as possible. The first is also good at killing demodex mites.
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    Hi Rtstar - I've been diagnosed with EM symptoms...

    Hi Rtstar - I've been diagnosed with EM symptoms of the ears and the ZZ cream is really helpful. It's certainly worth a try. You may also oral medications to control the flushing symptoms.
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    You can expect some extra redness for the first...

    You can expect some extra redness for the first couple of weeks. This is the die off of the demodex mites. It is the decaying bodies that causes the redness, and sometimes bumps. After that,...
  21. Have you had a look at the Erythromelalgia...

    Have you had a look at the Erythromelalgia Association? They have a guide to help you find a local expert in the condition. They have a great guide to all sorts of possible treatments:...
  22. I agree laser/IPL is a gamble every time you have...

    I agree laser/IPL is a gamble every time you have it. Some people who are really pleased with early treatments, then have a laser treatment they're very unhappy with later on.

    I'm not sure if the...
  23. I've found Soolantra, and more recently,...

    I've found Soolantra, and more recently, Zhongzhou cream helpful for type 1 rosacea (redness/flushing). Zhongzhou is better, and is best applied with a watery finger so you get a very thin layer of...
  24. I'm normally keen to try a new medication that...

    I'm normally keen to try a new medication that might work, but I did read a lot of anecdotal reports about Carvedilol where it caused vasodilation and made the rosacea worse. I have a pack of it,...
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    I agree Soolantra is a nice option - but I'd...

    I agree Soolantra is a nice option - but I'd beware it does seem to stop working for some people after a while. I still sometimes use it as it's a nice moisturiser that rosacea skin tolerates well...
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