Registered: 1216094141 Posts: 12
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I am a newbie with rosacea and very sensitive skin and would like some ideas about how to experiment with these wonderful products. There are so many choices and I have to go slowly to test each product and try each for about 3-7 days before adding more. This is my plan so far, but I welcome feedback and ideas. I am up to step 4 and so far, my skin is dramatically improving with no ill effects. I want to trade off "potions" and not use the same thing every day, once I get everything cleared for takeoff. I also need a moisturizer as well. Once I get the redness cleared, I want to tackle the fine lines. Thanks to all... 1. Canvas base cream alone 2. Sea kelp bioferment alone, then + detergent (to wash) 3. Canvas base + 4-Ethoxybenzaldehyde 4. Anti-Inflammatory cream 5. Base + licorice 6. Base + niacinamide 7. Combine base + licorice + niacinamide + 4-Ethoxybenzaldehyde (Should I combine 2 only before 3?) 8. Base + EGF 9. ???
Registered: 1127070436 Posts: 79
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The canvas base is moisturizer. If you have dry skin, you might want to try Hannah's new European base for a moisturizer.
I noticed that you are using the anti-inflammatory cream (my favorite). I believe it has licorice in it. I don't think step 5 will be adding anything into your program because you are already using it. Hannah currently uses the regular canvas base for a lot of her creams. I have rosacea and I have been sticking to Hannah's ready made formulas. I use LMC, ELS, CHAS, Rewind, and MNS for anti-aging. I had these products of a few months. I rotate them and I change when the weather changes, etc. At first I added a products for several weeks before I determined if it worked. Everytime I order I get something new to try.