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    Default Amazing! Manuka honey does worked!

    I can't believe the result after applying only 5 times of manuka honey on my face. Less redness and less bumps. The honey soothe my face and does not irritate at all.
    I highly recommend to people have extreme sensitive skin like mine.


    Credit to Yvette for the great advice!


    Cheers,
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    Default Honey is great

    Dear Macho Man,

    I have applied it around 30 times or so.... feel the same way....

    Good to hear....

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    Default Also try herbal medicine.

    I also drink Chinese herbal medicine as well as applying honey onto my face.

    I find it a waste of money going to the dermatologist. I visited them twice and have no progress at all in fact the condition became worst after applying sorbolene cream. The fun part is this Dermatogist I go to also has Rosacea and she said it can't be cured. She is taking doxycycline for the rest of her life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by machoman View Post
    I also drink Chinese herbal medicine as well as applying honey onto my face.

    I find it a waste of money going to the dermatologist. I visited them twice and have no progress at all in fact the condition became worst after applying sorbolene cream. The fun part is this Dermatogist I go to also has Rosacea and she said it can't be cured. She is taking doxycycline for the rest of her life.
    Not cool, dude. This is a potentially devastating disease. I wouldn't wish it on anyone, and I certainly wouldn't gloat. You're inviting seriously bad karma.

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    Default Made in China

    What's in the medicine... do you know... anything worth sharing?

    Happy things are working for you....

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    Default Honey Boy

    Just slapped on the honey....

    Really coated it... thick coats of healing and security....

    It feels so neutral on my skin.

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    how long do u leave it on?

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    Default Honey and the story of life

    I leave the honey on all night baby!!! (About 8-10 hours)

    When I wake up I take a shower and treat my face like I would any other day.

    I think the original way I heard to do it was for 3 hours... but I am a rebel at heart!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbillcee View Post
    how long do u leave it on?
    Please click the link in my signature for instructions on how to apply the raw honey treatment properly.

    Quote Originally Posted by solutionquest View Post
    I leave the honey on all night baby!!! (About 8-10 hours)

    When I wake up I take a shower and treat my face like I would any other day.

    I think the original way I heard to do it was for 3 hours... but I am a rebel at heart!!!
    Solutionquest,

    I know you mean well but you always neglect to tell people that the raw honey treatment is based on a scientific study conducted in an unbiased manner and that it is a seb derm treatment.

    Moreover, leaving the honey on all night is something that you decided to do and, while you may think it helpful, most people would not consider trying this treatment if they had to sleep with a face and scalp full of sticky honey. I know I wouldn't.

    Still, it is evident that your many positive posts about the raw honey treatment have sparked interest and that's great .

    Perhaps you could create a signature line with a link to the actual study (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11485891)? I think your posts would be more helpful that way.
    Last edited by Auburn; 28th January 2010 at 02:50 PM.
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    I've treated seb derm successfully with raw honey and virgin coconut oil and have been symptom-free since June '09. Follow this ---> link <--- for details.

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    Default The Science Behind the Honey

    The study.... good point.... they need to see the study....

    As for adding a link to my signature.... maybe you could do that for me.... set it all up.... I am all for it...

    I look forward to it!!!!

    I'll give you my account name and password if needed! Let's get this done!

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