Prreze is the result of research and desperation! I am sharing my story and our “journey to Prreze” here! There is absolutely no reason why Prreze should work, according to the stuff Dermatologists think they might know about Pityriasis Rosea. They THINK it MIGHT be a virus. They do not know why people get it. They do not think it is contagious. Most cases are “self limiting”, they go away in 6 to 12 weeks. Because PR is a “once in a lifetime” (for most people) thing, and because it is not fatal, most doctors do not really care about it. They have nothing to give you but some cream and pills for the itch.They have never had it themselves! You and I both know how horrible and devastating it is to have this itchy unsightly stuff all over your body! It is embarrassing to go out with the ugly rash. People think you have ringworm or something contagious. It is impossible to date, to go to the beach, to put on a short sleeve dress for Sunday. You know the stuff. If you have done your research, you have probably tried all kinds of things to get rid of your Pityriasis Rosea. I did too! Mine lasted over a year until I developed this formula. Don't take my word for it! Read our reviews! It just plain works. Nothing in it is harsh, no chemicals, all natural and wonderfully hydrating! Here is our story:
It started with a red spot, and spread all over- neck to ankles. I finally went to a dermatologist, after 9 months of itching and ugly rash. she biopsied the rash and said it was Pityriasis Rosea, and that most people only have it for 6 to 8 weeks. This was not helpful, since that was not happening in my case. She said there is no cure, and the doctors do not know what causes it. She gave me some cream, and said it would probably resolve itself after a while.
I went home, researched on Google, and found many homeopathic "remedies". I was willing to try just about anything! Black soap had many followers, so I bought some and tried it. It made me dry and itchy. Bio oil was next. I saw no change. Tanning beds were recommended, but, since I live in Texas, and work outdoors, that certainly was not anything that was making a difference. Coconut oil was touted as having antiviral and antiseptic properties, as was honey, so I tried those. No change. Dandruff shampoo was said to dry the rash. It did, made it thicker and scaly, but did not make it go away.
There were regimens of cleansing and fasting, eating only certain foods, lots of vitamin C, garlic, and more, that I was afraid to try. Sounded too much like "smoke and mirrors" to me.
I read everything I could, and followed every lead. Nothing had any real hope. Most of the stuff people were saying worked for them were things they did for three or four weeks- by which time their PR was already going away naturally. There were some studies in Morocco, of all places, that gave me a little hope. I bought some of the ingredients mentioned, and tried them on a small spot. They worked, but were very hard to put on, so I began experimenting with emollients to deliver the cream in a nice way. Coconut oil is antimicrobial and antiseptic and it spreads nicely, but turns into a liquid at higher temperatures, it needed to be stabilized. Beeswax does that in our formula. Aloe Vera is soothing and has wonderful antiseptic properties. Go through our ingredient list and you will find that each component is there for a reason, and that reason is to make you more comfortable, your itch less, and, hopefully to relieve you of Pityriasis Rosea!
Prreze Pityriasis Rosea Cream worked for me. It has worked for many others. After 14 months of constant itch and nasty rash, it took my PR away in 5 days! It took a couple more weeks for the skin discolorations to fade. I personally recommend it to anyone and everyone. It is safe enough to use in delicate areas, like underarms and inner thighs. There are no known side effects. All ingredients are food grade, so you could eat it if you wanted to, but it does not taste good!
People do not understand how debilitating, how embarrassing, how pernicious this rash is. Sure, it won't kill you. Sure, most people get it and get over it in weeks. In the meantime, you have red roundish welts on your body. If you happen to have them on your arms, or neck, you don't want other people to see them, so long sleeves and turtlenecks. It looks a little like ringworm, so if people do see it, they think you have that. It itches!!!!! It doesn't itch like take your skin off scratching, just a low grade uncomfortable itch, that drives you totally crazy.
Dermatologists don't seem to care much because there is no cure, so nothing for them to charge you for in continued treatments.
If you have it, or get it, or know someone who does, please tell them about Prreze.