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    So how is everyone doing with the routines ? I’ve switched to vanicream moisturiser from Cerave. I don’t like the thickness of it but it does a better job then Cerave.
    Still struggling to find anything to cleanse with im using epionce milky cleanser in the evening. I really need not to use water as I think it dries my skin . Any suggestions welcome.

    So what’s everyone else using ?

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    I use a shampoo body wash that is ph balanced and made by a member here Tom. My rosacea is getting worse after a stupid doctor gave me a kenalog injection in May and my skin seems to not like anything much.. I bought vanicream cleanser but I haven’t used it. I also have a ph balanced lotion made by him. I value these because they’ve worked for me in the past, and help to control my seb derm. Kind of questioning everything though at the moment and researching options for rosacea... scared to take an antibiotic like doxy, but my flushing has been pretty persistent lately and I can tell my skin is inflamed and getting bumps a bit more frequently. Anywho, I think vanicream is probably one of the best bets for store bought cleansers with minimal ingredients.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomtown405 View Post
    I use a shampoo body wash that is ph balanced and made by a member here Tom. My rosacea is getting worse after a stupid doctor gave me a kenalog injection in May and my skin seems to not like anything much.. I bought vanicream cleanser but I haven’t used it. I also have a ph balanced lotion made by him. I value these because they’ve worked for me in the past, and help to control my seb derm. Kind of questioning everything though at the moment and researching options for rosacea... scared to take an antibiotic like doxy, but my flushing has been pretty persistent lately and I can tell my skin is inflamed and getting bumps a bit more frequently. Anywho, I think vanicream is probably one of the best bets for store bought cleansers with minimal ingredients.
    Yes I’m interesting in maybe trying Toms stuff eventually . My skin is very sensitive and dry and I’ve not had much luck with SD treatments as they are all too harsh. Antibiotics did nothing for me. I won’t touch doxy again. Try LDN first. I’m on it . It helps some with flushing and rosacea. It’s helped me with other things but not rosacea yet. I’m trying to fix my gut and immune system first. I’ve tried vanicream cleanser but it stung. I am using vanicream as a moisturiser though.

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    I am trying Tom's shampoo now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brady Barrows View Post
    I am trying Tom's shampoo now.
    Ooh let’s us know how you get on. I know he’s still working on products . I follow him on Instagram. Im hoping he uses PayPal and posts to the UK.

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