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Monday, September 07, 2009


Lili's legs are scarred. She had allergies previously that she had scratched and when they bled, that's the only time she stopped. That's the reason why we are seeing this allergeologist who could help find out what is causing her allergies. So we can stop her from scratching and scarring her legs some more. Imagine, from the redness brought about by the allergy, then the scars from her scratching them.. Hmm.. Anyway, my cousins told me about the rosacea treatment a friend of theirs have applied, and they are now gone. But Lili is yet very young. Anyway, I couldn't help but verify online as to what this treatment is all about and if it could be possible for Lili to use it. 
I searched first from wikipedia and found that is a chronic condition characterized by facial redness. Pimples are sometimes included as part of the definition.Unless it affects the eyes, it is typically a harmless cosmetic condition. Treatment, if wanted, usually involves topical medications to reduce inflammation. It primarily affects Caucasiansof mainly northwestern European descent and has been nicknamed the 'curse of the Celts' by some in Britain and Ireland, but can also affect people of other ethnicities. Rosacea affects both sexes, but is almost three times more common in women. It has a peak age of onset between 30 and 60. Rosacea typically begins as redness on the central face across the cheeks, nose, or forehead, but can also less commonly affect the neck, chest, ears, and scalp. In some cases, additional symptoms, such as semi-permanent redness, dilation of superficial blood vessels on the face , red domed small bumps and  red gritty eyes, burning and stinging sensations, and in some advanced cases, a red lobulated nose  may develop.

I found out at that this treatment really works. And they have the Rosacea Treatment that my cousins mentioned. Suffering from frequent flare-ups and the annoying redness and blotchiness associated with Rosacea, should be treated immediately. Rosacea, according to the site,  is a skin condition that must be kept under control to prevent it from spreading and getting worse. The company created a solution that not only handles flare up as they occur, but also works to prevent future flare ups. And nourishing the skin is the most important way of doing this, as preventative therapy is the best medicine, rather than cure.

As for Lili's allergies and scars, I don't think she needs a rosacea treatment. But I do agree that we should prevent that from ever happening..  

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