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Thread: New MD Formulation Gel for Rosacea and Skin Irritation

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    Default New MD Formulation Gel for Rosacea and Skin Irritation

    I just found this product by MD Formulations. No experience or reports yet. It has a long list of ingredients, but most of the fruit extracts are antioxidant based. MD formulations is a great company (beside all that glycolic acid stuff)


    Critical Care Calming Gel


    Instantly minimizes redness and irritation

    The Critical Care Calming Gel is an advanced botanical formula that soothes and visibly minimizes redness and inflammation associated with Rosacea and hyper-sensitive skin. Supercharged with antioxidants and aloe vera, this oil-free gel helps to relieve flushing and irritation on contact while it nourishes and strengthens delicate, vulnerable skin.

    Size: 1 oz.

    Calms irritated skin with light, oil-free formula that contains potent phyto-antioxidants and argnine amino acids. Soothes post-treament, irritated or damaged skin without leaving an oily finish.


    Critical Care Calming Gel

    Minimizes redness and irritaion


    Regimen: Apply to affected areas after cleansing and correcting to soothe irritated or post-treatment skin.

    Ingredients: Ingredients: Purified Water (Aqua), Glycerin, Camellia Oleifera (Japanese Green Tea Leaf Extract), Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Vaccinium Myrtillus (Bilberry) Extract, Rubus Villosus (Blackberry) Fruit Extract, Vitis Rubus Idaeus (Raspberry) Fruit Extract, Vaccinium Angustifolium (Blueberry) Fruit Extract, Fragaria Vesca (Strawberry) Fruit Extract, Vaccinium Macrocarpon (Cranberry)Fruit Extract, Vinifera (Grape)Fruit Extract, Pyrus Malus (Apple) Fruit Extract, Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Arginine, Propylene Glycol (and) Diazolidinyl Urea (and) Methylparaben (and) Propylparaben

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    Hmmmph, I was going to give it a try until I saw it was $40.00 an ounce. Ouch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ian
    Hmmmph, I was going to give it a try until I saw it was $40.00 an ounce. Ouch!

    I did not even notice the price. I double that on the ouch. Look at their other prices and it is rather cheap!!!!! You can return it though and if it works I know many that would pay this. Always return things if they dont work.

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    Oh Ian,

    It also says that while using it your face will be completely pale, irritation will cease, flushing will be abolished and all triggers be erased.

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    Then we have yet another cure for rosacea!

    First thing tomorrow I'm trading all my Galderma stock for MD Formulations stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by todmiller
    Then we have yet another cure for rosacea!

    First thing tomorrow I'm trading all my Galderma stock for MD Formulations stock.

    Todd,

    I forgot to mention the only trigger that this does not cover -- splashing your face with toilet bowl cleansers. You still need to be careful of this trigger and try to keep it down to a minimum each day. 8)

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    It whitened my toilet bowl within minutes! I just had to try it!

    Definitely an irritant.

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    Default Sounds too good not to try>>>>>>>>

    Hi

    Did I miss "the tongue in cheek" or is this product worth a try? I was planning to order it today but with all the light hearted bantering, I am wondering if this is a good idea. BTW. Returing products in Canada is not easy. In fact, it's pretty much impossible.

    If I decide to order it, I'll let you know how I make out.

    Thanks for all the wonderful news. This is the first time in years that I have actually felt hopeful. it's a wonderful feeling.

    Take care
    Linda

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    Hello All,

    I actually saw this product from MD Formulations, but haven't tried it yet. Has anyone seen this other product - it sounds very similar...

    Dr Brandt(r) Skin Care - Laser in a Bottle(tm) 'Laser Relief' 1.7oz
    Item
    > #CD802
    >
    > This product cools and soothes skin suffereing from rosacea and
    > irritated skin. It contains QuSome(tm), a patented delivery system,
    that
    > nano-encapsulates potent ingredients to deliver them to the deeper
    > layers of the skin, thus mimicking the action of the laser in the
    > skin. This anti-inflammatory, proven to reduce up to 75% of redness
    > and irritation within 5 minutes of application, combines with
    cooling
    > agents to reduce burning sensation and hyaluronic acid for light
    > moisturization.
    >
    > application: apply to cleansed, dry skin on read areas. let dry
    > thoroughly before applying other products. may be used am and pm.
    >
    > ingredients: water, peg-12 glyceryl distearate, cetyl alcohol,
    > isopropyl palmitate, cyclomethicone, camellia oleifera (green tea)
    > leaf extract, camellia sinensis (white tea) leaf extract, vitis
    > vinifera (grape) seed extract, ranunculus ficaria (pilewort)
    extract,
    > sodium hyaluronate, glycerin, menthone glycerin acetal, peg-100
    > stearate, ammonium acryloyldimethyltaurate / vp copolymer, titanium
    > dioxide, triethanolamine, benzyl alcohol, dehydroacetic acid,
    > methylparaben, propylparaben.

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    Personally, I am skeptical about this product, but what do I know? I say give it a shot!

    I am just tired of false advertizing. And there seems to be no regulation against it. Cure for this, cure for that. Yeah, right! :x

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