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    Here's an article I found that references a new product for this. I actually got this info from a Linked In member. Hope it helps.
    Last edited by pepsimax; 06-06-2013 at 06:14 AM. Reason: Removal of malicious link

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    **Michelle** Female

    Join Date
    May 2013


    Hi CeCe,

    You can calm your Rosacea by eating foods such as fish, cucumbers and licorice. You should also avoid hot foods (in temperature and spiciness), alcohol, and caffeine, which makes blood vessels swell so skin appears redder. Niacin rich peanuts can also increase flushing. Best of luck! :-)

  3. #13


    Use pure chimp super one to have no rosacea any more.
    It helps much in fighting with this skin problem.

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