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Rosacea

Zenmed for Rosacea: My Hubby Tests Out This 3 Step System

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Zenmed for RosaceaThe Huz (my newest nickname for my husband) is a man of many things, unfortunately one of those things is a rosacea sufferer. He has a small yet stubborn patch of rosy red rosacea under his left eye that he absolutely despises, not to mention he itches.

It’s one of those frustrating skin issues he’s dealt with for years and hasn’t been able to resolve…and I’ve had the pleasure of listening to it now for years.

While I love him no matter what he looks like, he would prefer to live with out the redness and inflammation. I suppose I can’t really blame him.

Ever the DIYers, we tried using homemade rosacea treatments first. While chamomile compresses and essential oils are great, they tend to work best on unexpected flare ups. It was time to look into an equally good, cost effective, everyday product. [Keep Reading]

Complex 15 Therapeutic Moisturizing Face Cream Review

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Complex 15 Therapeutic Moisturizing Face CreamMy fiancé suffers from Rosacea from time to time and I have to admit, it’s one of the more stubborn skin conditions a person could suffer from.

If you have it, then you know exactly what I mean when we literally tried everything we could to get it to go away, but nothing seemed to work!

That was until I was referred onto a face cream by someone at one of the most popular online Rosacea forums who said they would almost guarantee it would help.

It was of course the product that is under review today – Complex 15 Therapeutic Moisturizing Face Cream.

I’ll break down the reasons why this cream could be the best choice for anyone suffering from Rosacea and then show you some before and after pictures of my fiancé so you can see just how dramatic the results were.

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What Is Rosacea And How Does It Work?

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Rosacea ZonesRosacea is a skin disorder that causes inflammation of the skin on the face and normally affects people between the ages of 30 and 60.

It also tends to be more common amongst women than men, but presents itself more severely on men.

Strangely, it’s also more common amongst white people, especially those of Eastern and Northern European descent.

The disease is progressive and normally goes through 4 phases, the final phase involving thickening and hardening of the skin on the nose. [Keep Reading]

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