Sault Sainte Marie, MI (PRWEB) December 6, 2004
For years, doctors have been trying to identify the culprit behind rosacea, a skin condition that causes the nose, checks and forehead to redden with tiny bumps, pimples or visible blood vessels. But now, Chinese scientist have finally discovered the cause of the embarrassing affliction: the human demodex parasite. Ninety eight percent of adults have this parasite on their skin, and its causes symptoms in and estimated 14 million American. The good news: Researchers have found that applying sea buckthorn oil to the skin begins to kill the parasite in seven days. To make the benefits easily accessible, the research team formulated a line of soap,cream and shampoo containing the oil Seabuckthorn, FaceDoctor all natural line of products.
Here in the Western Hemisphere, many theories about the origin of rosacea have been put forth, but doctors are starting to accept the fact that bad complexion is due to this parasite. take for instance Dr. mark Dahl, Chairman of the Department of Dermatology at the University of Minnesota Medical School. After extensive research, he concluded that the lesions of virtually all rosacea patients are infected by a parasite. And in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, Dr. Frank C. Powell reported that 42 patients with rosacea had on average four times as many of these parasites on their facial skin as comparable people without the condition.
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