Still trying to get the word out about Prreze, it worked for me

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I have been on this forum for about 3 years. Maybe more. I had pityriasis rosea, mine lasted over a year. I was here looking for help, now I am here giving help. I tried every thing that anyone recommended. NOTHING worked. I am still reading people's stories of how they used dandruff shampoo for 4 weeks, twice a day, went to tanning beds, ate only certain foods, took vitamins, and SUDDENLY, after 6 weeks their PR MAGICALLY went away... DO you hear yourself????? Most PR only lasts 6 to 12 weeks. By the time you started all that mess, you probably had the rash for 3 or 4 weeks. All that stuff you did helped your mind, but didn't help your PR.

There is a cream out there, it is called Prreze. You buy it online. You put it on twice a day. Your rash turns red on about the second day, and by the end of 7 days, YES!!!!! ONE WEEK, you rash is gone. They guaranty it. Money back. Reviews. I don't know if I am allowed to tell you where you can buy it, but just type it in your browser, it is on a bunch of different places. If it was a scam, it would be gone by now.

PR is nasty, ugly, depressing, itchy, and all around not nice. Why on earth suffer? This is my actual skin. I am going to try adding pictures. I just found out recently that the type of pityriasis I had is called pityriasis rosea giganta. It means the rash circles just keep spreading. I had some that were the size of my torso. First picture is before. Second picture was 1 week later.! If there are no pictures, I did something wrong. imageimage

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    I think the pictures worked, you just have to click where it says "image" to see the first one.

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