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User Reviews for Rozex to treat Rosacea

Rozex has an average rating of 5.4 out of 10 from a total of 9 ratings for the treatment of Rosacea. 56% of those users who reviewed Rozex reported a positive effect, while 44% reported a negative effect.

Rozex Rating Summary

5.4/10 average rating

9 ratings from 6 user reviews.

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Missy · Taken for less than 1 month April 6, 2021

“I am using this gel presently but you have to be very patient. I am using it now for 5 days and I can see a slight improvement. I used this gel previously and it worked but it took about 6 weeks and it cleared it up. I have rosacea now for 10 years and I know from dealing with this that for me sugar and stress are two major contributors.”

8 / 10
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bb · Taken for 1 to 2 years February 12, 2021

“I have found that this cream improved my face redness, I only use it when I need to. I was told I had rosacea about 10 years ago after having a relatively clear skin. I was about 60 years old and couldn't understand why I got pimples on my face. I probably should persevere more and use it for a longer period of time as the rash returns especially after I have eaten dark chocolate (which I love) or cheap chocolate, I find that the more expensive chocolate like Lint or aldi chocs aren't as bad . I think sugary food makes it break out. I try and avoid these products.”

8 / 10
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Mel January 15, 2021

“I never had a pimple in my life, I could literally put any cream on my face I'd be fine , I didn't need much make up either, my face was super clear and glowing until 2 years ago when for no reason I developed strange rash, burning and itching was terrible, I thought it might be some allergic reaction to cosmetics and after a hundreds of $ spent on different creams I finally went to a doctor and he diagnosed me with rosacea. He prescribed the cream not the gel. At first I was sceptic because I didn't know how will I menage not to use a daily moisturiser but then this cream works as moisturiser too I literally didn't need anything else. Two weeks after my face cleared up. Yes cream is expensive but you only need a tiny amount so it can literally last for months, it was so worth it. I'm still on it I'm due to stop using it in a month so I'll see how I go without it fingers crossed, at least I know now what it works. This cream was a saviour I strongly recommend it!”

10 / 10
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ErinW1996 July 2, 2017

“When I first looked at the reviews for Rozex I was terrified because so many of them said it made their condition worse until someone reminded me that happy people don't usually write reviews. So I wanted to write a good one. I have acne rosacea so about 5 minutes after I would take a sip of red wine I would break out in huge bumps that last for weeks. I'm a 20yr old in Ireland, so obviously the idea of never drinking again was troubling, but so was the thought of having horrible acne after so many years of nice skin. I started rozex a few months ago and the effects came in semi-slowly (maybe a month or two) but now it works amazingly. I don't even worry about it anymore. I can go on a huge night out and wake up with great skin.”

10 / 10
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Hooha · Taken for less than 1 month December 14, 2020

“Not impressed. After a week of use it has given me small white pimples, usually two new ones per day. This after spending hundreds of dollars on dermatologist appointments and other creams and was finally making way with my rosacea. I am discontinuing use and will try antibiotics instead.”

1 / 10
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Allie · Taken for less than 1 month March 26, 2019

“Saw an advert for this gel & decided to try it for my mild ( redness & flushing ) rosacea. This product has caused my skin to react in a horrible fashion. My nose has become red & swollen with enlarged pores. Not only this, but I am starting to develop little "warty" lumps on fleshy part of my nose & adjoining cheek areas. Have discontinued using the Rozex gel & using soothing moisturiser in the hope that it will settle down. Can anyone recommend another product that will not have the same side effects ?”

2 / 10
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Kyrosh · Taken for 1 to 6 months January 24, 2020

“I have been using this gel for just over a month now for my Acne Rosacea. I only have it on one cheek with lots of bumps. After using it for about 2 weeks, I’ve started seeing a great difference! No more acne and the redness has reduced so much! My doctor said it would take about 2 months to see a proper change, but I’m already so happy with the result!”

8 / 10
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Angie10,000 October 10, 2016

“After only 1 week applying the gel on my nose and cheeks I have an upper respiratory problem, runny nose and feel horrible. One week. My cheeks burned and itched. I am a nurse and will NEVER use this gel again. My doctor's response was nil..so much for medical professionals understanding side affects of meds they prescribe. Runny nose, watery eyes, upper respiratory discomfort. This product is HORRIBLE. And, why must I accept the Drugs.com Terms and Conditions??”

1 / 10
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Anonymous · Taken for less than 1 month September 18, 2019

“I went to the doctors about a couple of small but persistent blemishes on my face. I was prescribed Rozex which is an expensive product. $50 for a small tube. I applied it on my face. The next day I had broken out in disgusting red oily lumps all over my face. They burn and are extremely uncomfortable. I look in the mirror and can’t believe what I’m seeing. I’m a 41 year old male and I’ve never had anything like this happen to me. I'm going to see another dr today to find out what’s going on. Terrible terrible product”

1 / 10
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