PREPARATION EPS Phytostandard OINTMENT IN 30 ML COUPEROSE

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Rosacea: Ointment: 30% + 70% Hamamelis EPS neutral gel
2 grains of wheat to apply topically morning and evening for three months, according to renew the clinic.

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    We advise you to treat rosacea (rosacea) to associate with this local treatment, an oral treatment with basic EPS of red vine and sweet clover in equal quantity.

    Ideal treatment:

    Red vine EPS + EPS melilot aa: 2 times 5 ml / J between meals

    Hamamelis ointment 30% + 70% EPS neutral gel: 2 grains of wheat to apply topically morning and evening

    for 3 months, depending on the clinical renew.

    Rosacea is a chronic skin condition that manifests itself by redness on the cheeks, nose and forehead and chin.

    As as the disease progresses, these become permanent redness, small dilated blood vessels (telangiectasia or rosacea) appear on the cheeks and the nose, as well as small red bumps (papules).

    Rosacea typically begins around the age of 30 years and mainly affects people who have skin and light eyes and a tendency to blush easily.

    This is a condition that worsens over time, especially if it is not properly treated. For many people, symptoms evolve in cycles, periods of exacerbation alternating periods of remission.

    Discover PhytoPrevent, the founder of Phytotherapy Clinique Individualisé (PCI). Fluid extracts from Standardized Plants (EPS) and Phytostandards supplements recommended by health professionals.


    Dial Easily Herbal preparations on demand, based on medicinal plants of pharmaceutical quality in all forms: teas, infusions, dry extracts capsules of dried plants titrated (Titrex), lotions, gels, sprays, suppositories and ovules. Key Titrex extracts: Hawthorn, Fucus vesiculosus, Harpagophytum, Orthosiphon, passionflower and dry plants most used: Roman Chamomile (flower), Safran (stigma), Senna (leaf), Linden Carpentras, Verbena (leaf).

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