(Closed) AcneRosacea Bees

posted 6 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
Hostess
18643 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

Yeah I’ve figured that I have it also, haven’t been to a doctor for it though.

Post # 4
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

I went on a low sugar, grain elimination diet (paleo/primal) and my bumps and redness went away.  I also started doing oil cleansing method with hemp oil.  Some people think that rosacea is linked to b vit deficiency, and hemp oil is high in b vitamins. 

Good luck!

Post # 5
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast

I have very fair, sensitive skin that can get VERY red, and my dad has rosacea. Hmmmmmmmm

Anyway, I found by pure accident that my face looks best when I mess with it the least. In the morning I “wash” it with warm (not hot!) water and raw honey (the kind you get from the farmers market or health food store that hasn’t been filtered, and still has honeycomb and pollen bits in it). I follow this up with my fav Korres moisturizer (yoghurt for warmer months, pomegranite for colder months).  At night, if I haven’t worn make-up that day, I simply splash some warm water on my face and follow up with my Korres moisturizer. If I have worn make-up, I’ll use a Korres make-up remover wipe, then Purpose facewash, then my moisturizer. Once every 3 days I use my clairisonic with a delicate brush head to exfoliate a bit. I use Neutrogena on-the-spot for a spot treatment, if I need it; but I usually don’t. Right now I am PMSing and have 2 zits (1 chin, 1 jawline). That’s it. I would normally have 10-15, and I only have 2. Woohoo!!!!!!

 

Post # 7
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

@MrsRuby: I’d give serious consideration to going to a dermatologist.  I was diagnosed by a non-medical person wtih rosacea and it turned out to be seborrheic dermatitis which requires different treatment than acne or rosacea.  He put me on a cream that has cleared things up beautifully!  I’ll have to use it probably for years, but it wasn’t expensive and it’s made my face nice and clear 🙂

Post # 8
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10571 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: January 2011

Seeing another derm might be a good idea.  They specialize in different things (so many seem to do cosmetic stuff and aren’t so great for conditions!).  A derm told me it looks like I have pre-rosacea.  For now I’m not too concerned, my skin is better than it was in my teens and while it’s not flawless it’s pretty good.  I don’t do much for my face.  I just wash with water most of the time, and use a gentle moisturizer.  If I get a bad zit I’ll use proactiv, and sometimes use a gentle soap that I use daily for the rest of my skin.  Spicy foods can mess with my face, but I don’t really like them anyway.

Post # 9
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

@MrsRuby: My dad has horrible roseacea and I have KP (raised bumps on your body that are nice and red, mostly on backs of arms and upper legs). Over the years we have both tried to get rid of them using cream after medicine after pill. This year I found that some people try soap with Sea Buckthorn Oil. Oh. My. God. I found a holistic store that sold it, and my face and body broke out BAD after a week. Two weeks in and my face is super clear and my legs and arms are starting to have the redness go down. My dad is trying it as well and after a bunch of bad redness he said his face looks amazing. It’s like $10 for the soap and well worth the try IMO.

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