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My Acne Saga Continues
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Published: 8 years ago

My Acne Saga Continues

Some of you may remember my battle with face mites a few years ago. Demodex is a little mite that lives on the face and causes acne. I have the skin type that is prone to hostessing them. Dermatologists prefer to call it "rosacea" because they don't want to freak people out by telling them they have mites on their face. But I think the best way to defeat your enemy is to know what you are dealing with, and understand it. As for me, parasites living on my face and causing Acne is an enemy. So I was relieved when I found this website:

Because I finally understood what was going on. It took me almost a year, but I got them all killed off and I hypothesized that cold cream would keep them from coming back. Well it seemed to be working for several years. But in the last few months my face has been itching and breaking out again. I even tried coating it with Vasoline, but that didn't work to kill them. It didn't even make white heads. So I ordered some more ZZ cream from Demodex Solutions and it is killing them off very nicely for me. So I am here to report that I was wrong about the cold cream preventing face mites from coming back.

Meanwhile, I can't say enough good stuff about ZZ cream from Demodex Solutions. Even though it will crack and peel the skin while it is working, once it gets done the skin is left vibrant and youthful and feeling wonderful. I was a little bit afraid that it might make wrinkles when I first tried it because of how it dries and cracks and peels off very thin layers of the top coat of skin. But it did not. It is kind of like shedding off old bad skin at first. And when the skin that was infected with demodex is finally sloughed off, your face will look incredible.
It did not make any wrinkles on me.

So I am taking back what I said about cold cream and sticking with ZZ from now on.

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