also, how do you not get honey in your hair or you dd's hair when they wash??
post #701 of 761
2/28/09 at 11:11pm
Has anyone had success with honey and rosacea and/or sebborheic dermatitis (my dermatologist isn't sure which I have)?
My skin has been flaring for the last few days and I put raw honey on it yesterday, leaving it on for a few hours, and today it looks much better. I am wondering if anyone has had good long term results with this. The derm prescribed Elidel and I would rather not use that if I can use honey!
I'm really glad I saw this! I've been looking for a natural product with which to wash my face. But, all the organic natural ones are so expensive. I don't want to spend that kind of money monthly right now. So, basically, I've been using plain soap (I know, bad). I'm going to try this tonight ... it sounds so conveinent - honey for breakfast, honey to wash my face.