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Dealing with Rosacea
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An_241773 posted:
I have moderate rosacea and I have tried Finecea gel, Oracea, and Prosecea. I've even tried comercial products like Clinique's Redness Solutions, Aveeno, Physician's formula, and I've been trying to stay away from my triggers. The only thing that has helped with some of the redness is these sea salt soaps with clay that I found online from a company in Maine, but I still have the small pimple-like bumps on the skin on my cheekbone.

Can anyone tell me what has worked for you? I need help.

Thanks
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casperatos responded:
Dear Sir/madam,

For my Masters' thesis I am looking for (English) people who have Rosacea or who have a family member with Rosacea.

I have developed a survey about Rosacea and your input will provide me of important information that will reinforce the outcome of my thesis. The survey is anonymous. It will take around 7 minutes to complete.

Title: "Market research on Rosacea in the UK"

I would deeply appreciate your help in filling out this survey. Click on the link below to fill in the survey:

http://www.thesistools.com/web/?id=341894

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact me. If you like I can send you the results of the survey afterwards
Thank you in advance for taking a moment of your time!

Wishing you all the best.
Kind regards,

Casper


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