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    Has anyone tried taking it orally as well?

    Perhaps with Green Tea.

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    Could someone please explain how rubbing essentially sugar all over my face is supposed to help with rosacea?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rachzon View Post
    Has anyone tried taking it orally as well?
    I sweeten everything with raw honey. I think you'll find this article interesting and useful.

    Perhaps with Green Tea.
    Lovely combination.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NotPissedJustFlushed View Post
    Could someone please explain how rubbing essentially sugar all over my face is supposed to help with rosacea?!
    Raw honey is a lot more than just sugar.

    The raw honey treatment is for seb derm, not rosacea.

    Raw honey has antiinflammatory and antibacterial properties.

    Raw honey is used as an ointment for rashes and burns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by machoman View Post
    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!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Erikson View Post
    Does it work for acne? Do you use it at night? What brand do u use? Sorry I didn't read the other posts
    You can use it whenever you like, but it's better at night cause you wouldn't want to wear a honey mask to work. When I am cured with this Rosacea and I will gather all the information and prescription to help you all. Perhaps setting up a website.

    If I were you all, do visit your local Chinese Herbalist to get help. It helps me plenty!
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    Quote Originally Posted by machoman View Post
    You can use it whenever you like, but it's better at night cause you wouldn't want to wear a honey mask to work. When I am cured with this Rosacea and I will gather all the information and prescription to help you all. Perhaps setting up a website.

    If I were you all, do visit your local Chinese Herbalist to get help. It helps me plenty!
    Private health funds are covered.


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    Default I think it could possibly help with acne

    It has made my skin less oily, no doubt!!! Absolutely no doubt about that....

    There is a study mentioned in one of Auburns posts about a group of 30 using it for Seb Derm.... but obviously there is much more possibilities for raw honey outside of this one study. However, the study does show good results for the 30 people that used it.

    Personally, I can say it has helped with oiliness and keeping the redness down on my face. This I can speak of firsthand, which is what I like hearing about on here.

    I know some people are skeptical of the benefits of honey but for some reason it seemed like a perfect fit for me. It wasn't about science, chemicals or enzymes.... for me it seemed like a fit because of the texture of honey...

    there were more issues that weighed in as well... such as allergies, the process bees go through, and the fact that honey was found in jars in Egyptian tombs and found to still be edible....yes, there were all these implications for honey....

    More than anything I feel it gives my face time to heal. It coats it in such a neutral manner, and when I sleep in it overnight like that it seems to do some healing.

    I think what is more important than what is in the honey is what is not in it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by solutionquest View Post
    I think what is more important than what is in the honey is what is not in it!
    Very good point.
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    BTW, Solutionquest, you may want to give this a try: click here. I think it will be perfect for the areas where you have/used to have that white "film." Let me know if/when you try it.
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