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    Default I'm going to do the Syrokomskyy Treatment!!

    Hello my name is Judith and I live in Germany, Berlin. For almost a year now I have struggled with a weird skin condition. Doctors weren't really able to tell me what it is but I guess it's rosacea. I am very desperate because doctors couldn't help me so far, the only thing that has helped me look 'normal' with make up on is the zz cream. Since I'm at my wits end with this problem I researched it a lot and came across Dr Syrokomskyy. He has been discussed in this forum a couple of years ago. I have e-mailed forth and back with the doctor and talked to 5 of his former patients who are all doing well now. I am actually flying to the US in 2 weeks to talk to 2 of them in person.
    Of course I am aware that this is a 'scary' thing to try but I am not posting this to discuss the risks of this treatment. I am posting to find other people who would like to do the treatment together. Obviously it takes a lot of commitment to do this and I would be happy to have a fellow/ some fellows who is/are willing to beat this awful disease with me. I'm planning on going to the Ukraine in November.
    Please only reply to this if you're serious about getting this treatment done or are actually interested in learning more about it.

    I am 20 years old, just gratuated high school last year and am planning on going to law school or studying psychology in the future. But before, I would like to get my skin and my life back!

    I would love to hear from you!

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    Can someone please help me and tell me what is this treatment.? I have seen people write about it and it has something to do with a cream that makes skin peel and kills mites?????

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    There are a number of threads on this site referring to Syrokomskyy. It might be in your interest to look at them before embarking on an expensive and possibly disappointing exercise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaymondS View Post
    Can someone please help me and tell me what is this treatment.? I have seen people write about it and it has something to do with a cream that makes skin peel and kills mites?????
    The active ingredient in Dr. Syrokomskyy's medicine is a mild acid that causes the skin to desquamate. He's aiming at killing the demodex mites with his treatment. It's a tough treatment, you basically look like a burn victim for 4 months (even though there are people who have only done the treatment for 1 month and still got their results). Some of his ex-patients I talked to are convinced that it was the demodex that was causing their skin problems. However, DG from this forum thinks it was not the demodex but somehting he was eating. Still the Syrokomskyy treatment worked for him. He assumes that peeling layers and layers of skin just helped getting the inflammation completely out of his skin. He's still on a diet to this day.
    I'm going to go see DG and John (I think his name on this forum was lobster or something like that) in the beginning of September so I can see how their skin is doing today with my own eyes.

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    It's good that you are looking to grab the most of the information, like seeing his ex-patients, before undertaking such treatment. If you need to translate russian language resources (beyond google trad, which does a decent job), feel free to ask.

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    Acid peeling of the skin woah! Sounds woah. Good luck!
    Sounds crazy to me but maybe that's what works is Crazy stuff!

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    Still nobody?
    Well I'm leaving for the Ukraine in a week, if anybody is interested if this treatment works for me let me know and I'll keep you posted!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerckii View Post
    Still nobody?
    Well I'm leaving for the Ukraine in a week, if anybody is interested if this treatment works for me let me know and I'll keep you posted!
    Of course, keep us posted on your findings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerckii View Post
    Still nobody?
    Well I'm leaving for the Ukraine in a week, if anybody is interested if this treatment works for me let me know and I'll keep you posted!
    I am very interested in this treatment and would very much appreciate your posting your journey.

    I find DG's comments interesting, in that he doesn't believe his issue was demodex, but rather, something he was eating. I would further that and suggest his gut flora plays a role.
    I have heard that Dr S believes other infections deep in the skin likely play a role too. Did he convey to you that he still holds this belief? Personally I feel there is some form of infection/s tied up with all this, but not necessarily demodex.

    I've seen DG's before, during and after photos and his face certainly appears to be calm and clear today. We did not maintain contact, however.

    I can't see me ever undertaking this treatment myself, but I have a TREMENDOUS amount of interest in the fact that topicals can reduce the excessive vasculature and return it to normal functioning.

    I wish you the best of luck and look forward to hearing your updates
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    Skin Care: No Cleanser, ZZ cream mixed with Niacinamide gel 4% and LMW HA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mistica View Post
    I am very interested in this treatment and would very much appreciate your posting your journey.

    I find DG's comments interesting, in that he doesn't believe his issue was demodex, but rather, something he was eating. I would further that and suggest his gut flora plays a role.
    I have heard that Dr S believes other infections deep in the skin likely play a role too. Did he convey to you that he still holds this belief? Personally I feel there is some form of infection/s tied up with all this, but not necessarily demodex.

    I've seen DG's before, during and after photos and his face certainly appears to be calm and clear today. We did not maintain contact, however.

    I can't see me ever undertaking this treatment myself, but I have a TREMENDOUS amount of interest in the fact that topicals can reduce the excessive vasculature and return it to normal functioning.

    I wish you the best of luck and look forward to hearing your updates
    I agree it's very interesting to be kept up to date with Dr S's treatments. Is anyone aware if any person had a bad experience who went to Dr S's clinic? I think we can definitely verify that some people have had good experiences, but as with any treatment, some people will likely have less positive effects. I appreciate in the short term the treatment is uncomfortable and difficult, but I just wonder if anyone, for example, found that it made the condition of their rosacea or skin worse in the long run.

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