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  1. I believe it can. I had rosacea for 20 years which only got worse over the years. I have been rosacea free since February (?) after beginning natural treatments involving gut, liver, detoxes, and demodex mite control. I started my natural treatments in December 2019 and continue to have clear skin. Every day I find more and more people with similar stories to mine. It's real, you just don't hear about it. For more stories/info on healing naturally, a friend of mine has created a podcast of doctors and skin experts who all say the same thing: it can be healed. https://journeyto
  2. Hi friends. I wanted to share a resource with you from a friend of mine. As a rosacea sufferer for 20 years, I recently healed my rosacea through changes in diet (no gluten, no dairy), a sulfur cream (ZZ), and multiple detoxes and cleanses for liver, spleen, heavy metals and viruses. It took a few months to clear, but it's been 10 months now and I continue to be rosacea free. I recently found a fantastic resource full of testimonials from doctors and skin experts who have all treated their rosacea naturally and continue to be rosacea free. They are a collection of podcasts, and there is some
  3. RedVelvet

    Brady's Blog

    Do we have an instagram account for RRDi? I'm pretty useless with Facebook but find Instagram much easier to navigate, and I'd be happy to set one up if we don't have one yet. It would refer people to RRDi, and you are so right about Reddit. I tried answering a question for someone on Reddit who was asking for the name of a "chinese sulfur cream for rosacea" and when I named ZZ in my post, it was taken down because they said I wasn't able to discuss a product that wasn't FDA approved. ??? But Reddit is just full of pharma advertisements!
  4. Wonderful compilation of reports, Brady. I have also been in touch with several people personally who continue to express gratitude for ZZ cream and awareness of the demodex mite issue. Thank you for your continued work!
  5. Hi Steven, I read your post, and I sympathize. We are all part of this community trying to help each other with trial and error solutions. After 20 years of rosacea, I decided to research everything I could about the disease. Most of what I learned came from the rosaceagroup.org website and this one. Together they are a fantastic resource and you can read about things you never would have thought of. I am one of the lucky ones who had great success with finding a "cure" which involved multiple components: gut health, (I did a cleanse, a fast and a heavy metal detox), adding specific suppl
  6. BlackMamba24, I had amazing success with ZZ cream and I urge you to keep going. I documented my pics and journey on rosacegroup.org and my name is "redvelvet." I did also do a lot with gut cleanses prior to starting ZZ, and I cut out sugar entirely. I still eat bread though!!! Now I take the following supplements daily: magnesium, B2 and a spleen support product. I also have a lot of pictures that I took weekly during the treatment and they are all posted on my website/blog "rosaceahelp.org". I am so grateful for what I learned on this forum and rosaceagroup. I believe i'd still be walkin
  7. Hi Apurva, I know exactly what you are talking about and I experienced it twice in the past two years. The first episode was after we moved into our new house and I had been under a lot of stress and not eating well. I also considered the possibility that a change in environment could have triggered it. Different water, different air, new sheets/bedding, new washing machine. I think all these things can play a role in reactions when we have sensitive skin. It resolved on its own and then came back a year later for a week. I'm not sure what brought on the second episode, but I did a fast f
  8. Hi Apurva, I know exactly what you are talking about and I experienced it twice in the past two years. The first episode was after we moved into our new house and I had been under a lot of stress and not eating well. I also considered the possibility that a change in environment could have triggered it. Different water, different air, new sheets/bedding, new washing machine. I think all these things can play a role in reactions when we have sensitive skin. It resolved on its own and then came back a year later for a week. I'm not sure what brought on the second episode, but I did a fast f
  9. I am eternally grateful for the members of the forum for sharing their experiences. I spent hours/days/weeks reading posts, articles, and research studies published on the forum. I was determined to figure out what was causing my rosacea, and I did. My dermatologists never mentioned demodex mites or the damage they can do to your skin. Once I learned about this, I was on the right path. I hope to help others through this long arduous process. Please feel free to contact me with any questions!
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