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Rosacea linked to Parkinson’s disease

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Rosacea increases the risk of Parkinson’s disease Rosacea increases the risk of Parkinson’s disease

Rosacea may increase the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease (PD), according to an analysis of 5.4 million adults in a Danish database.


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I have struggled with red skin for years. I have adult acne and as a result have many old scars and red skin. I struggle to leave the house without make up on as my skin looked so sore and inflamed.

I have tried many rosacea treatments and most have left me with very dry itchy skin as my acne sill pops out around my neck and jawline.

This however the Somaluxe Redness Repair has really helped. My red skin is starting to fade. It's also helping with current acne spots. There not dry and itchy anymore my breakouts seem less severe as the redness has reduced. I love the product.
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