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Product Review: Dermalex Rosacea Treatment

Updated on July 3, 2019
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Brittany Banks is a young woman who likes to let people know about her opinion on a product.

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I've had rosacea for a very long time. It is difficult to find products that do not irritate your skin even more. Redness, dryness, and acne is a huge issue when it comes to my rosacea. Yours may be different then mine, but everyone's skin is different. I have tried 90% of products in the U.S. Now I am starting to find other products in different countries. I found this one scrolling and Amazon and thought I'd try it. Dermalex has different kinds of treatments and the other reviews aren't bad. It says to continue treatment for six weeks. It has been more than two months and I am writing this review for you. Now, everything I say in this review is true and it is not a "paid" review. I'm writing this on my own time, just to give you my thoughts about this product With that being said, let's continue.

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I pay around $24.00usd for this product. 30 grams can go a long way, but I do feel you do not get enough product for this price. The tube is small, I prefer a pump. At times, I do accidently squeeze out more than I need. In two months, I have gone through three tubes. I always apply this in the morning before my CC cream and it goes on very smooth. I also apply after a shower and after cleansing. I try and not to use this product more than twice a day. I feel this stuff isn't hydrating enough for my very dry skin. At first I applied it along with a E45 cream. Using both before night time, is very hydrating. The E45 does have bad ingredients though for your skin and this stuff can be expensive just by itself, so I have continued my search for a good moisturizer.

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I really like the consistency of this stuff. It definitely blends very well and it isn't oily. It goes well underneath make up and does not make your face green. The ingredients inside this treatment are not bad. It is free of: paraben, sulfate, alcohol, silicone, and allergens. It is also Malassezia acne safe. It does have some UV protection and it also has a wound healing ingredient. There is only one ingredient that isn't great for sensitive skin which I do not seem to understand.

After using this for two months, I felt there was some improvement at first, but at the same time, I feel it did no improvement. It's a love/hate relationship with this product and I really hope that it may work for you.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2019 Brittany Banks

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