Red Face with Broken Capilaries

Posted by Susi on 04/11/2007

What do you suggest for roscea? My face is very red and has broken capilaries. I do not have break outs. Thanks

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

Dear Susi: Usually the skin condition improves greatly after taking 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda in 1/2 glass of water taken twice a day on an empty stomach. This causes urinary pH to be close to 7 and reduces the skin problem.

In scientific circles they concluded that the red skin is due to an tiny insect issue (nanoinsects) that lives in capillaries causing them to be broken. The only known remedies for that is taking a small amount of borax, as it kills them from the inside out. The dose is usually between 1/8 to 1/4 teaspoon mixed in at least 1/2 liter taken on an empty stomach taking in divided dose throughout the day.

This amounts to 250 cc taken twice a day. Those should initially be taken for a course of a couple of days, such as 3 days out of the week taken for about a month. To kill them I think it needs to be taken at least 3 days in a row first. The does is not a perfect one and you need some adjustments. When they do die, they sometimes come out as black spots, which can be cleaned by using alcohol swab and lavender oil mixed to reduce inflammation. Aloe vera gel may also give some healing effect.

Both the borax and baking soda of those are what I think is most important.

Additional remedies can be improved on that by mixing 1% hydrogen peroxide with saturated borax, and applied a small amount to the face, and no rinsing. To see if it doesn't harm the skin just apply in a small area as a test first, such as the arms, or neck before trying on a more sensitive area. The hydrogen peroxide and borax will be absorbed by the skin killing the nanoinsects and reduce the redness. It takes about a month to generally kill them all. However, certain lingering condition might exist in some people, but those were from drinking polluted water.

Therefore it is wise during treatment time to drink only good quality bottled mineral water and avoid tap water and other sources of water. They tend to compound the problem. Other dietary problems are sugar, cheese, pizza, white flour, fast foods tend to worsen the condition by causing the pH to be more acid.

Lavender oil applied to the skin can reduce the redness, but the redess tend to move around trying to avoid the lavender. Lavender oil is weakly insecticidal, as is tea tree oil, but lavender is also anti inflammatory.

In later stage, eating fresh chinese parsley a day, of any amount you can take, in soups will remove heavy metals, which tends to accumulate whenever rosacea is present and may further improve the conditions.

Much of the remedies I am telling here are from personal experiences I have tried to get rid of that I think has worked the best. There are other things, but I think it is best to concentrate on the basics first.

Finally, in later stage you can take some bee pollen, any amount your choice as bee pollen is high in rutin and helps repair the broken capillaries. Sodium ascorbate vitamin C 1000 mg/day is also helpful too.