|by Michael Sissons|
Rose red belongs on your lips, not on your face or body.
"I never write testimonials. In fact, I scoffed at the woman selling your product because
my skin condition has been impossible to deal with.
"She said, 'Just TRY it. Even if you don't like it after using HALF the jar you can send it back.'
"I thought your company must be confident the cream works if you offer a refund for half-empty jars!
"Well, I started applying it to my entire torso and face the next day and reapply it after my morning shower every day. Having done so for the last three weeks and watching the rosacea fade to 75% of its usual red, angry spots and splotches...I am a convert. I wish I HAD taken photos of my torso but, alas, I am shy. I suspect if I continue to use this jar for another week or thereabouts my rosacea will be entirely GONE.
"I'll keep you posted.
"Thank you for your astonishing product. I can't thank you enough."
I can't wait to hear how it goes with her over the next week or two.
More than 16 million Americans have rosacea, which usually involves rose red spots or blotches on the face. The National Rosacea Society states that more then 3/4 of people with rosacea suffer from lowered self-confidence and self-esteem, while nearly half have canceled social engagements because of their skin condition. What have you done to keep your rosacea under control?