Causes and Symptoms of Rosacea
Rosacea is a common skin disorder that affects a number of people across the world. It makes the face look flushed or red and may even cause swelling. In some cases, skin sores that resemble sun burn appear on the affected area and are accompanied by a tingling or burning sensation. Exposure to the sun or extreme weather changes can worsen Rosacea.
Researchers at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth in Kildaire, have discovered that Rosacea may well be the result of irritation by tiny creatures called Demodex mites that are present on most adults’ skin. Topical use of Colloidal Silver on the affected area effectively decimates these mites.
Guide to Using Colloidal Silver for Rosacea
Treating Rosacea with Colloidal Silver calls for following a long-term course of CS, both topically and orally. Simply spray CS over the affected area several times in a day or use a cotton swab soaked in CS to repeatedly apply silver water over the affected area. Do it at least 4-5 times in a day. Supplement this with one tablespoon of CS taken two or three times daily.
You should be able to notice the reduction of symptoms within one to two weeks. However, continue with a maintenance dosage of applying/spraying Colloidal Silver and taking a teaspoon of CS three times a day for at least a month.