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Old 04-12-2024, 02:50 PM
Location: Dessert
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I was diagnosed with rosacea by a dermatologist, used the cream for some time, but then moved and couldn't get it (I don't remember why).

The rosacea disappeared. A different dermatologist said I didn't have it. That was 15 years ago, other derms since then have agreed.

I suspect my skin was reacting to industrial pollutants in the SF Bay Area, and cleared up when I moved to Hawaii, with cleaner air.

So presumably I never had rosacea at all, since it is incurable... Or maybe you need to move to Hawaii.

I've been in Arizona for five years, no signs of rosacea.
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