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Acne/Rosacea Sufferers New Breakthrough FaceDoctor RX - Recommended by Dermatologists & Pharmacists

14 years, 5 months ago

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Posted on Dec 13, 2004, 3 a.m. By Bill Freeman

Dermatologists usually recommend antibiotics like tetracycline for treating rosacea and acne, but the results greatly vary, often with little or no effect at all since they are not formulated to get rid of this parasite. After 30 years of research on over 900,000 patients worldwide, this team of the doctors discovered that the use of seabuckthorn oil combined with other ingredients and applied externally to the affected areas can kill the human demodex parasite and restore the skin to its natural beauty.
Dermatologists usually recommend antibiotics like tetracycline for treating rosacea and acne, but the results greatly vary, often with little or no effect at all since they are not formulated to get rid of this parasite. After 30 years of research on over 900,000 patients worldwide, this team of the doctors discovered that the use of seabuckthorn oil combined with other ingredients and applied externally to the affected areas can kill the human demodex parasite and restore the skin to its natural beauty. The results, as reported by patients and doctors worldwide, are amazing and achieved within days after starting the treatment. Also people with normal skin should be aware that they could further enhance it by diminishing their count of human demodex One of the most common yet often over diagnosed facial rashes is rosacea, a chronic, relapsing and potentially life-disruptive disorder of the facial skin that affects an estimated 14 million Americans. Many patients come to the clinic with redness on the cheeks, nose, chin or forehead that may come and go. The disease is more frequently diagnosed in women, but more severe symptoms tend to be seen in men. [PRWEB Dec 13, 2004]
http://www.prweb.com/releases/2004/12/prwebxml187583.php

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