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Gigi

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Thanks Artist! I've actually gotten a lot of info from your posts and Hannah's and Emily's...especially interested in capillary creams.  I will order next week and then I'm sure I'll have lots of questions!


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Phytosterols will help.

Will look into it and come by with some suggestions.


Hannah, what are phytosterols -- do any of the actives contain them?

Thanks!

Gabriella
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SA sells Phytosterols as an active.

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Oops!  Sorry, I should have looked first!!

Hannah, did you mean it might help with Rosacea or Seb. Derm. or both?

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I've just been diagnosed with SD and have had Rosacea for years which is controlled, for the most part. I'm just wondering... And, Hannah knows the willies I get re: EGF :-) But, it would seem to me that EGF might be counterproductive with SD?
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serum 2oz.
> 3/4tsp Hyaluronic acid
> 4TBS. distilled water
> 3 drops liquipar
 seakelp and aloe as desired
sas recommended amount of licorice,grapeseed pranth, H.chestnut and glutathione,beta glucan, alpha lipoic acid,Polypodium Leucotomos Extract (PLE)  .....and some cucumber gel i found somewhere and a few drops of nasal crom otc nose spray, a few drops of glycerin rounds it out .
    I sweep this over my face with a foundation brush after shaking it up.
I first put drop it into sm.cup from the glass bottle dropper, then dip the brush in there...it keeps everything fresh.
 *This can also be made into a gel, buy using more seakelp or aloe gel and applied to leg veins.
.......* nasalcrom nasal spray as it is a mast cell inhibitor.

    *I don't put this around my upper lip or under eye area.
     ****I use a palmytoyl peptide/egf/glycerin serum in preserved water for that.
 
  I also use rosacea ltd3 disk with zinc and sulphur in it before i apply my sas potion.   
 
I have used this formula with great success for the past few yrs. and hope i can always get the ingredients here from sas.
emily
 


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I must add this:
if you ever have to use a cortisone ointment when you have rosacea
it should only be used in the tinyiest area for only a few days.
my rosacea flared big time after using cortisone topically for too long.
JUSST AN FYI>
It took months of treatment once i found this website and my skin
got conditioned again and now i rarely have a flare since i am
on top of it with my potions.
emily

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A warning for those of you who have both Roasacea AND Seborrheic Dermatitis:  It may not be a good idea to use EGF - because EGF increases the rate of skin renewal.  A person with Seborrheic Dermatitis does NOT want to increase the rate of skin renewal, because that's what Seborrheic Dermatitis is all about.  Our skin renews way too quickly as it is, which is why we constantly have flakey skin.

If I'm incorrect, please let me know where I'm going wrong.
Thank you.
KHG
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