Rosadyn Results

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    Rosadyn Results

    For those of you that have been interested, I have finished my 30 day supply of Rosadyn. I have had to create a new post for this thread as the last one was closed citing that “This is a product that was not developed for KPRF. The administration have taken the decision to not allow any discussions of this product at the present time and therefore this thread will remain closed.” However, the KPRF thread is also about facial flushing and blushing – not just KPRF specifically. Anyway, below are my results.

    Firstly, I should note that while I was taking Rosadyn for the thirty days, I also was taking a multivitamin and I overhauled my diet and exercise program. I cut out most of the excess sugar I can think of (candy, pop, etc…) and I do not drink or smoke. Also, I exercised six time a week, both cardio and weights. I say this as to let everyone know that these changes may also have made in improvement in my condition. However, I have done these things before in the past without Rosadyn and seen no improvement.

    I decided to try Rosadyn primarily for facial flushing associated with exercise. Prior to taking Rosadyn, I would get very red and stay that way for over an hour after exercise. After Rosadyn, I was less red and my face recovered faster (maybe by 25% in redness and 50% in recovery). Also, I did not get the burning/hot sensation that I got before (90% reduction). Overall, I would attribute this improvement directly to Rosadyn.

    Another thing that would happen to me would be random facial flushing. I would get red for seemingly no reason (especially public places). While taking Rosadyn, I had no random facial flushes. Also, prior to taking Rosadyn, I would flush when I would get emotional (arguments, anger). This has been greatly diminished (maybe by 75%). All in all, I do not even think about flushing anymore, probably because I do not. I have stopped religiously using my Eucerin green tinted moisturizer as I no longer need it and I use a moisturizer for “regular” people.

    In conclusion, I would say that Rosadyn actually does work. I was hoping it would be a miracle cure, but it has actually made my face less red and given me more confidence. However, I am not that red when I am not doing anything. I just have slightly dark pink cheeks. But, I would go dark red/borderline purple in certain situations. Those situations (random flushing) are none existent anymore and exercise induced flushing has gone down. All in all, I would try Rosadyn again. However, $50+ is a lot of money to shell out. What I am going to do is wait a while (maybe a month) and see what happens. So, if you have severe facial redness I would say to try Rosadyn, if you have not tried everything else so far.

    If anyone has any specific questions, please ask me. I am here to help.

    Joe

    P.S. I should note that I have never been officially diagnosed with KPRF. I have for the longest time thought I had rosacea, but now I believe I have KPRF. Having looked at pictures of people with KPRF, I have almost the exact same skin patterns. Also, I have KP on my thighs and back of my upper arms.

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    Re: Rosadyn Results

    Thanks for posting your results. As far as I can see this drug can be bought OTC. Just trying to work out why it can't be discussed on the forum. Is there something in it that has been proven dangerous?

    If you reseach KPRF you will probably only find one medical article written about it and no drugs that have been developed specifically for it so I think we will be waiting quite a while until we can discuss a drug developed specifically for KPRF.

    Can anyone enlighten me as to the dangers of this over the counter drug? - thanks

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    Re: Rosadyn Results

    anne,

    Here are the results from a pilot study on Rosadyn:

    Side Effects
    Participants were also asked to report any side effects associated with Rosadyn usage. The weekly survey included both a text box for participants to report any side effects in their own words, as well as a multiple choice question which asked testers to rate the level of any adverse reactions on a scale of 1-10, ranging from None, Mild, Moderate, to Severe.

    In total, 89% of respondents reported no side effects at all. Of the remaining 11%, all reported effects were in the Mild range. There were no reports of any side effects at the Moderate or Severe level.”

    Source: Rosadyn Pilot Study | Rosacea Research | Rosadyn


    Also, I have talked to Dr. Nase and he has confirmed this information. Saying, “In our pilot studies no significant side effects were noted and all participants continued throughout the duration of the study.”

    Finally, you can read the list of ingredients on the Rosadyn website.

    Hope this helps,

    Joe

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    Re: Rosadyn Results

    The administration have had a discussion about this, and come to the conclusion that, all things considered, this isn't the place to talk about Rosadyn or Dr. Nase.

    You can visit the Topix Forum and both of the the Rosacea Forums:The Rosacea Forum - Powered by vBulletin and Rosacea Support Group, Where the rosacea community meets online. Read & search about Dr. Nase, you'll understand why we want to stay away from the topic.

    Thread Closed.
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