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Soolantra Rosacea

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NotPayingAttention Thu 21-May-20 20:37:21

Anybody any experience they can pass on please? I am just on the 2nd night of using this (fingers and toes crossed for it!)

Reading the leaflet which says to use a pea sized amount on the forehead, cheeks, nose and chin and then to generally rub in all over the face. Okay but is it a pea sized amount for each area or one pea sized amount for the wholae face? It's such a small tube I don't want to waste any if I can help it or overdose on the stuff to the point it has detrimental effect!

Thanks for any advice...

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NothingIsWrong Thu 21-May-20 20:39:53

I use this - pea sized amount for each area of the face. The tube lasted a month at that rate. It's been life changing - my skin is a million times better now than it was 6 weeks ago. I'm genuinely astounded.

2pointfourmonkeys Thu 21-May-20 20:43:40

I use a pea size amount all over. my gp said I could have a repeat prescription every 2 months and i got 2 months and 3 days out of the 1st tube using that amount.
I saw an improvement after a week, with flares every 2-3 weeks. I still have some stubborn areas around my mouth, but generally my face is back to how it was before this all started 2 yrs ago.

BigBairyHollocks Thu 21-May-20 20:46:17

I use it too, and use a pea sized amount on my checks and chin and into my neck. I don’t use on my forehead because it’s always been clear. It worked really well for me.

NotPayingAttention Thu 21-May-20 20:48:31

Brilliant thankyou both so much for the advice. I'm really hopeful for it to work as this has been going on for a few years now! I would say I'm only a moderate case so I'll go easy and see how it goes.

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NotPayingAttention Thu 21-May-20 20:49:44

@BigBairyHollocks thanks!

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HorsesDoovers Thu 21-May-20 20:49:56

Same here, pea sized amount on each cheek and my forehead, it cleared up my rosacea in weeks after 15 years of suffering!

Anotherlovelybitofsquirrel Thu 21-May-20 21:06:31

Oh this sounds promising. I suffer terribly from rosacea on my cheeks. Where do you all get this from please?

Kitsmummy Thu 21-May-20 21:14:16

Can I ask if people are using this to reduce redness? I don't get the rosacea bumps but I do have the redness and am wondering if this would work for me?

Sheepskinslippers Thu 21-May-20 21:24:49

It reduced redness from spots and inflamation/irritation so overall my cheeks were a lot less red, but not the redness from broken capillaries. I had those zapped with ipl and get a top up couple of sessions every year to keep them at bay.

I get my soolantra online from Pharmacy2U. You fill in your symptoms and they can prescribe it to you.

Anotherlovelybitofsquirrel Thu 21-May-20 22:07:40

@Sheepskinslippers thank you so much smile. It's giving me an error thing atm, I'll try it again tomorrow.

BigBairyHollocks Thu 21-May-20 22:13:15

I paid to go privately to a dermatologist, who wrote me a script for that and for antibiotics, which I think were called tetracycline. Finished the antibiotics over a year ago and now just just on the Soolantra which I get prescribed from the GP now.

Kitsmummy Thu 21-May-20 22:17:28

Yes thank you Sheepskin...I'm getting the same error message currently but will have another go tomorrow

NotPayingAttention Thu 21-May-20 22:27:32

Thanks all for your replies, I'm really happy to hear it's been working so well! I got my Soolantra cream from the independent pharmacy online. I think superdrug also offer a similar service.

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Eloisedublin123 Fri 22-May-20 22:20:04

Try kalme cream too I have roseacre and find it legend

gubbinsy Fri 22-May-20 22:23:38

I get it from the GP - it's amazing. Mine is mostly
On my nose and it's cleared it up no end.

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