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  1. Stephanie Marie
    March 25, 2018 @ 8:19 pm

    Do YOU suffer from rosacea, facial redness, adult acne, etc? Have you found something that works for you? If so, share it with us! 🤗Also, if something resonates with you from this video, please let me know! Thank you! 😘❌⭕💞

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  2. Cheryl Wiesemann
    September 10, 2018 @ 10:47 pm

    Stephanie, thank you for all of the valuable information. I too have rosacea and can relate to everything you are speaking of. I am very happy that I found your channel and will continue to watch your very informative videos. PS, I love your dog!! Reminds me of a dog I had when I was younger.

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  3. Josephine Provenzano
    September 19, 2018 @ 10:08 pm

    I have severe rosacea redness, bumps, cysts and postules. Some of them look like pimples with a head, but they are red in color and have a small head, and no matter what I do, they simply won’t go away. They are not getting bigger, but certainly not smaller. My doctor has me on Soolantra at bedtime, and Sulfacetamide Sod 10%. The Rosacea stays under control for the redness, and if some pimples appear, they will get smaller. Some of them are like hard cystic that look like they have a hard pus. I’m afraid to break them because I fear more scars. I also had severe acne when I was a child that left me with a lot of scars. Also dealing with very large pores. And sleeping with a CPAP mask being a side sleeper I think makes my pores even bigger. Can you advise on a good foundation, concealer, and something that reduces puffiness and brightens the eyes? Beleive it or not, I’ve used the It Anti Redness, did nothing, tried the Clinique anti redness, did nothing. Now I tried the It eye cream, and I got a pimple on my eyebag! I also get red dots. My doctor says they are red moles. I asked him what I can do about them, and he said “Nothing, a lot of people get them”! I’ve kind of given up on doctors. I tried Rose himps supplements once, and I had a bad reaction, I got stiff muscles and I had to stop. Please help!

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  4. Tammy Woods
    September 27, 2018 @ 6:38 am

    My goodness! I can completely relate to everything you just discussed. I will certainly study your list of products below. Thanks for mentioning this video to me.
    Unsure of what is causing my current acne rosacea flare up, I reluctantly began Minocycline today after not needing it for about one year.
    I wanted to share that I can use GloBeauty Essential Cleansing Oil for makeup removal. (I had tried Clinique’s Take the Day Off, but it burned my eyes.) Also, EltaMD’s Foaming Facial Cleanser (sensitivity-free) does work wonders for my skin texture. I can follow with Timeless 20% Vitamin C Serum and KNUTEK’s Whipped Oxygen Cream. I was ecstatic that these worked for me. Perhaps this could benefit someone else who struggles. For some of us, it’s challenging …even to try new products.
    Thanks again for sharing. Your complexion is gorgeous. ☀️

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  5. Bobbie Loves Beauty
    September 27, 2018 @ 4:44 pm

    Thank you for this video I’m definitely adding an oil cleanser to my routine. And I’m definitely going to see a dermatologist very soon.

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  6. Bobbie Loves Beauty
    September 27, 2018 @ 4:54 pm

    Yes foundation and primers and powders that won’t cakeup with the bumps. And maybe the best concealer to cover dry acne /rosacea bumps. Thanks so much for this informational was so truly helpful .

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  7. Harmony Studios
    October 8, 2018 @ 1:09 am

    Your video is very helpful and comprehensive! Have you tried LED Light Therapy or an LED facial? I have done quite a bit of research into this. However, I’ve found the information to be incongruous in terms of what spectrum of light is most helpful for Rosacea. (I have Rosacea, Subtype I but I do get the occasional cystic-like acne bump in places). I would love to hear your thoughts on LED light therapy. Thank you very much for sharing!!

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  8. lowcarbkitchen
    October 14, 2018 @ 7:38 pm

    Wow, thanks for all the info! I just suddenly at the age of 63 woke up one morning with breakouts all over one side of my face and freaked out, then it began on the other side and on and around my nose. I don't have access to a dermatologist, so started reading online about natural helps. I make homemade kefir and saw one video of that helping and the importance of probiotics for rosacea so I actually just spread kefir all over my face one night and left it on as a mask for 15 minutes, washed it off and put coconut oil on my face. the next morning my face was pretty close to clear. You could still see faded marks but my friends said they could not even see them. Since then I have been doing a routine of cleansing my face, spreading kefir on my face and then blotting it with a paper towel, then spreading coconut oil on my face and if there are breakouts I put tea tree oil on them. I haven't cured it but it is keeping it under control so far and quickly takes care of any new breakouts. It is very frustrating to have this problem suddenly when I never did before. I have no idea what caused it or what triggers it. I also drink kefir daily for gut health and follow a low carb diet. Still looking to see if there is a complete cure for this. So depressing to have. 🙁

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  9. Elina Walsh
    October 15, 2018 @ 10:31 pm

    I'm 26 and I've struggled with adult acne for around 3 years now. Before that my skin was near perfect. Now I have cystic acne around my mouth and jaw. My blood tests didn't show up any major abnormalities so of course I've been frustrated in what could be causing my acne. This video has helped a lot. I'll have to look at my current skin care routine and also my diet, as I do consume a lot of gluten, dairy and refined carbs and sugars 🤔
    Thanks for the video

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  10. Mia Navedo-Williams
    October 27, 2018 @ 12:07 am

    It is always so helpful to hear about what others have tried for rosacea. I have such a bad case of it. My triggers are def sun, wine, exercise, spicy food, colloidal oatmeal, dog dander, and the list continues.. I’ve finally found two products that are helping- an oil (you are so right) and a cleanser that my face loves. When I eat a clean diet my face is certainly happier- so thanks for the motivation. I really enjoyed this video.

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  11. Kari Sinkko
    October 30, 2018 @ 5:20 am

    Asa guy I'm in the same boat. Diet was never spoken of, it was doxycycline at 25, 50 then 100. It was then injection and then surgery. Then I thought, maybe spicy food is doing this for me. I know I can't eat spicy food, now I know how people that can't eat cheese feel like. looks like everybody's different their reaction.

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  12. Samira Sharezay
    November 1, 2018 @ 2:47 pm

    Did you use birth control to regulate your hormones?

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  13. T G
    November 12, 2018 @ 7:02 pm

    have you ever tried any lasers? Your skin looks really good here. This is helpful

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  14. Kimberly L.
    November 19, 2018 @ 2:14 am

    I am 55 and have rosacea which started attacking my nose, redness to the point of purpleness, swelling, cystic acne, large pores, etc. It's been a battle and NOTHING derm's offer help. In my opinion, dermatologists are worthless. I've been seeing improvement through a GFDF lifestyle, following the Anthony Williams "Miracle Medium" books and also using Dr. Bronner's almond/lavender soap but this past week I started a regime with Beautycounter. It's a sample kit that has really helped with the redness and breakouts. It's pricey and has some ingredients that are reactionary to me so I'm looking to Pai skincare. The ingredients are pure botanicals and are not encumbered with any synthetic/chemical filth. Have you any experience with this brand? There are other rosacea sufferers on youtube who swear by Pai Rosehip serum, so I figure the rest of the line is worth a try as it's formulated specifically for Hypersensitive skin.

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  15. Mr. Smooth
    November 30, 2018 @ 10:37 pm

    Hey.. Lady.. Get to the point.. I dont have all day

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  16. Kat C.
    December 1, 2018 @ 4:35 am

    Stephanie. Your teen/adult skin health history is (eerily) exactly like mine. I mean EXACTLY. Even the part about your mother's skin. I am so glad I came across your video and I am looking up everything you suggested right now!

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  17. Preetraj Singh
    December 4, 2018 @ 11:03 am

    Hi.
    I am getting these weird red white bumps on my nose from 4 months. I went to 2 dermatologists and they said it's rosacea. These weird bumps take 7-8 days to dry and vanish. Plz help. What should I avoid for these bumps according to you? Applying clyndamycin gel only.

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  18. Karyn Grinstead
    December 5, 2018 @ 10:19 am

    Vanicream saved my skin and I have oily Rosacea. I use finacea too and I still get little whiteheads. I think I’m intolerant to any sunscreens and they are always mineral sunscreens and I got many Papules and pustules . I went to an esthetician while I was at the dermatologist office and showed her my Paula’s Choice mineral sunscreen for oily skin and she studied the ingredients and she said it contains pore clogging ingredients. That was my primary sunscreen at the time. ELTA md mineral sunscreen also makes my skin angry.

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  19. Michelle Lund
    December 6, 2018 @ 3:22 am

    Dermatologist Dr Dray is a phenomenal channel for skin care and she has lots of videos about this – hope this helps others!

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  20. Fresh Dates
    December 18, 2018 @ 4:38 pm

    Ladys mantle tea for balancing the hormones, histamin low diet, more plant based food (less milk and dairy), be nicer to my skin instead of try to drying out the acne.

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  21. mozhgan r
    December 31, 2018 @ 10:06 pm

    Thanks a lot for such a clear information, just started my journey with rosacea:(

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