thought I would share the following.
For a while now I have been able to control my Seb Derm via dietery adjustments.
Along with carefull trigger avoidance my Rosacea has receded and I have cut back on alot of topicals which has seen my skin get stronger and in turn allowed me to use antifungal preparations on my face as required without adverse reactions.
Unfortunatley, i have experienced the first week of cold weather since my conditions improved which has seen the seb derm return with a vengence.
It seems that my tailored diet and antifungal preperations are no match for this instigator. I have been forced to cover up the residual flaking with moisturiser and have noticed my skin getting redder as the Rosacea begins to complain again.
So I can either go out with white flakes all over my face or with a pink/red face.
I feel too tired to begin seeking a new compatabile moisturiser... I was hoping I was over that stage.
Furthermore, the cold has brang back that hot flushy feeling I us to get when stationary.
I still have Clonodine tablets which should adress the flushing and I might spot test a few of my other antifungals inhavnt used for a while to see if their any effective.
The way I see it is that I will have to literally wait out the winter (and part of autumn) for relief again.
I guess 8 out of 12 months isn't too bad. When I'm on a bit more $ I can follow summer around the world