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Old 17.03.2011, 14:21
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Re: Rosacea

my missus had an acne/skin problem during puberty. She drank her own urine, cleared it up, no word of a lie. She did tell me after she married me btw.
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Old 17.03.2011, 14:23
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I will not do that! (specially this week )
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Old 17.03.2011, 14:30
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my missus had an acne/skin problem during puberty. She drank her own urine, cleared it up, no word of a lie. She did tell me after she married me btw.
Ah, but would you have chosen her "with" the acne?

There is lots of information about this, Google. You dont nessecarily have to drink it, just dab it on with some cotton wool. I've heard it does make your skin very smooth.
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Old 17.03.2011, 14:34
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Ah, but would you have chosen her "with" the acne?

There is lots of information about this, Google. You dont nessecarily have to drink it, just dab it on with some cotton wool. I've heard it does make your skin very smooth.

hmmm, tough one, I do have to take care of the occasional one for her, and that makes my stomach turn
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Old 17.03.2011, 14:38
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Ah, but would you have chosen her "with" the acne?

There is lots of information about this, Google. You dont nessecarily have to drink it, just dab it on with some cotton wool. I've heard it does make your skin very smooth.
I can sort of see the sense in that. When, on occasion, I've tried to treat my dry flaky bits, the only thing that seems to work is the Eucerin cream with 10% eurea.
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Old 17.03.2011, 14:42
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Re: Rosacea

a lot of topical creams have Eurea in, I see that a lot in Germany. So drinking the pure stuff from from the source, not directly that is, seems to make sense.

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Re: Rosacea

I recently read that for a person with rosacea it is highly recommended to regulate sodium intake to make it easier for liver to detoxicate.

Plus: "Another important thing a person can do to help alleviate the skin condition of rosacea is introduce an amino acid called L-Lysine into the diet. L-Lysine helps the body heal and repair, especially skin lesions. L-Lysine can be found at your local drugstore with the vitamins. It's cheap and does not require a prescription...."
(http://www.articlesbase.com/skin-car...#ixzz1GrcB4xyp)

Hope it helps you.
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Boys.... next time you take a shower, pee over your hands first and feel how smooth they become. Then rinse, obviously. That should convince you.
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Boys.... next time you take a shower, pee over your hands first and feel how smooth they become. Then rinse, obviously. That should convince you.
done it, it's true.
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damn, just think, we've been wasting all that good Urine for years without knowing the benefits
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Excellent for your compost too- each to their own, hey. It is true that it is the best way to clean a wound if out int'jungle.
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Boys.... next time you take a shower, pee over your hands first and feel how smooth they become. Then rinse, obviously. That should convince you.
why just boys?
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Old 18.03.2011, 15:52
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Boys.... next time you take a shower, pee over your hands first
You've obviously never been in a Gents Toilet. They don't need a shower to pee over their hands.

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Then rinse, obviously.
They occasionally do that too.



I prefer my solution to soft hands - no manual labour.
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Re: Rosacea

I went his morning to the dermatologist...he only look at me half second and he said I have rosacea. (I did not like the quick consult). Now I have a ton of products to use. I will start tomorrow and I will see it if this time works...
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Re: Rosacea

3 months after, 2 different treatments after and a lot of money after I am still the same (or even worse).
I do not know what to do. I have an appointment in 1 hour with my dermatologist. I do not know if going again and try something else again or do not going and leave my skin free to look disgusting...
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Seyon, one of my sisters has it and spent a lot of money on treatments that didn't work. If I remember correctly, you are from Spain. Why don't you make an appointment with a dermatologist there next time you go on holidays? I'm only saying because my sister is going to have laser and it's covered by the NHS. Worth a look? Anyway, I wish you good luck, I hear it can be painful.
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Old 17.06.2011, 15:12
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the Laser treatment is definitive?
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Old 17.06.2011, 18:33
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The doctor show me some pictures for the laser treatment and I think is quite strong...not sure.
I am going to try roaccutane for a second time in 1 year. I hope this time is definitive.
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I know a full Master Cleanse works miracles for many ailments.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Master_Cleanse

Have been there , wasted thousands in creams,pills, dermatologist visits, facials etc..Nothing seems to work PERMANENTLY. it just leaves me in despair. Never too late but i found that reason for any skin ailments in ADULTHOOD is blood/lymph toxins in the body which the liver cannot handle (and is overflowed) body is trying to eliminate through the skin which is a big organ for elimination..and hence these nasty acne or any skin problems. So a natural way claimed to get rid of toxins, clean the organs,is this cleanse am having high hopes on it ..
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The doctor show me some pictures for the laser treatment and I think is quite strong...not sure.
I am going to try roaccutane for a second time in 1 year. I hope this time is definitive.

arent these drugs v harmful accutane etc..i hear they casue serious problems and better avoided
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