Acne rosacea protocol for first 3 months


 Protocol for Acne rosacea for the first 3 months.

Over 20 years I have found the following Protocol works. If you or a friend are troubled by this condition, do try the following or tell any friend or family member about it if they are bothered by this wretched skin condition.

The mission is to change some things you may have been doing that help Acne Rosacea stay with you,  change/improve your diet/ use certain products which really work to reduce inflammation an come to understand that your face is telling where the inflammation is in the guts and what it is that may be causing it.

 Months 1-3 Cleaning your skin:

Start by using un- fragranced cold pressed high-quality soap only on your face for a short while. Love anousta stocks Cyril’s soap shed unfragranced soap and it is gorgeous.

Rinse and apply Natures Sunshine SILVER SHIELD GEL on your skin at last 3 times a day. (morning after washing and drying your skin, around 2-4 pm in the afternoon, and at night before you go to bed) results will be faster if you apply a thin layer of this colloidal silver gel on to your face 3-4 times a day.

If a gentle moisturiser is required at this stage, you can either use a little LOVE ANOUSTA UNSCENTED moisturiser. Or a light covering of excellent quality Coconut oil

Remove :

ALL Cow dairy. Its high in hormones and upsets the Oestrogen balance in the body.

Move to plant based milks/ yogurts. Eat Goats butter if you cannot leave without butter. Its less upsetting to the guts than cow’s milk butter.

Start taking:

A 3 month course of OPTIBAC probiotics. You need 1 x Everyday 30 caps, 1 x everyday EXTRA 30 caps and 1 x Daily immunity. This will help sort out your microbiome of your gut pretty quickly. All sold on the Love Anousta website.  If you have had a course of antibiotics at all in the last 3 years, it is essential that you take the course of probiotics called “for those on Antibiotics” by Optibac probiotics.

Look under Probiotics on the website


Drink a minimum of 2 litres of water a day… no excuses. Ideally filtered water to avoid chemicals in tap water. Drink from water kept in glass bottles not plastic to avoid phthalates in the plastic bottles.

 Avoid alcohol

Just for the moment!   Alcohol this does cause the body to heat up and dilate the blood vessels on the face.

Keep your cool

Watermelon and cucumbers are rich in water content, which aids in increasing essential fluid intake to keep our bodies cool. Other helpful foods with high water content include: melons, apricots, grapes, pineapples, peaches, apples, zucchini, asparagus, green beans, broccoli, and leafy greens.

 Commence a course of  Omega 3 caps.  

Omega3 fatty acids are some of the best natural anti-inflammatories out there. … Both omega3 supplements and foods can help reduce the amount of acne inflammation associated with acne. Look for fish oil supplements or seafood such as salmon and mackerel.

Or try Flaxseed oil which is converted in to Omega 3.  These are more suitable for vegans and vegetarians.


Chemicals on your skin such as fragranced shower gels, commercial perfumes and if possible, hairspray. If hairspray must be used, get it in pump bottles where you can direct the spray to targeted areas rather than spraying all over the hair.

Avoid hot, spicy foods for the moment and you may wish to cut backs on eggs and fish dishes as they heat the body up an can cause the face to flush/ warm up a bit more than “ cool” foods such as

Study the Face mapping system to see what is triggering your Acne rosacea.

 Make up.

If you have to wear make-up, invest in excellent mineral make up that allows your skin to breathe. Stay away from petroleum based (liquid paraffin) based liquid foundations as they suffocate the skin.

Within 2-3 weeks of doing this you should find a rapid improvement. I shall offer more information in the next blog post (you can find these on my website  but in the meantime, please feel free to read just 1 testimonial from one happy customer who we helped to transform her skin in days.

“I have suffered with a skin problem on my face for more years than I would like to admit, but have managed it, basically by covering up when I could with makeup.  In retrospect, not a good idea.  Over the years, I have had several consultations with my GP who has given me a lot of time and advice but unfortunately have exhausted all the options.  Again, several years ago I was referred to a National Health dermatologist and I also had a private consultation with another dermatologist, but no solution was found.  Apparently, there is no NHS dermatological advice available now for my condition in my area.

Recently the rash became so bad it was beyond covering up.  I had red spots, sore patches, blister like sores and even raised sores, all very ugly and embarrassing.  Obviously these could not be covered with  makeup as it just accentuated the dry flaky patches and even I could  see would not do my skin any good.

I reached a point when I was really embarrassed to go out, the bad  redness and sore patches would appear overnight for no reason and last  for several days.  As these were on my face, it was beginning to affect my personality and although I didn’t realise at the time that  was why I was feeling quite down and lethargic, particularly as I  couldn’t see an end to my problem.  I then remembered meeting Linda Anousta of several years ago and contacted her again.  Following an  initial meeting with her I began to find some answers and reason for  my problem.

Linda recommended the un-fragranced  natural soap, Silver Gel on my face three times a day and that I  used her  LOVE ANOUSTA unscented moisturiser and also began a course of probiotics (I had previously been on antibiotics which had possibly affected my gut). In a very short time of using the soap and Silver Gel on my face I could see an improvement which has continued.  We also agreed I should try a dairy free diet.

I am very grateful for the time and so much advice that Linda has given me and for the chance to use the natural products which she recommends. The results have been quick, and I am very happy.

Nicky (Dorset)


The LOVE ANOUSTA protocol for months 3 onwards will be available on the website soon.

Acne Rosacea… what misery is this?

Over the years, i have been asked many ties to help people, men and women suffering with the  misery known as Acne Rosacea,a condition in which certain facial blood vessels enlarge, giving the cheeks and nose a flushed appearance. It is described as a chronic skin disease that causes persistent redness over the areas of the face and nose that normally blush: mainly the forehead, the chin, and the lower half of the nose. … Pimples that look like teenage acne can occur, but it is a very different beast compared to Acne Vulgaris which is teenage spotty acne you and i may well have experienced as teenagers.

Causes. Experts are not sure what causes rosacea. The following related factors are thought to contribute: Abnormalities in facial blood vessels: Skin specialists (dermatologists) suggest that abnormalities in the blood vessels of the face cause the flushing, persistent redness, and visible blood vessels.  It is also said that:

These practices may help you reduce signs and symptoms or prevent flare-ups:
  1. Avoid triggers. Know what tends to cause flare-ups for you and avoid those triggers.
  2. Protect your face. Apply sunscreen daily. …
  3. Treat your skin gently. Don’t rub or touch your face too much. …
  4. Apply makeup

I disagree with a few things here but based on my evidence of treating this for over 20 years. I have seen dramatic results in a week and all signs of Acne rosacea gone within less than 6 weeks.

Sometime ago i read that Acne rosacea can be caused by bacteria around and in the nose that spreads out upon the face in the shape of “butterfly wings” and this can indeed spread to the chin and forehead in time.  I have only seen that written once but it does seem to ake some sense and I have seen that if you follow y protocol for treating Acne Rosacea, and treat the skin as though there is an infection in/on the skin… it does improve. i don’t mean using GP prescribed antibiotics either.

i agree that eating curry and drinking excessively may well cause the situation to get worse but following the protocol i offer, I have really seen very dramatic improvements , quickly!

Having worked in Harley street with a consultant dermatologist between 1988-1990, i saw many creams an lotions handed out at great expense that did nothing, prolonging the misery of the person affected. Applying sunscreen to the face may assist in times of sunny weather but it depends WHAT make of sunscreen you use. If it is petroleum based, you could be making your skin condition so much worse! Chose a natural sunscreen from a company like Neal’s Yard ( Lemongrass Moisturising Sun Lotion SPF 15,  30 or 50)  or put NATURAL SUNSCREEN in to your search engine and see what comes up. Remember that Coconut oil has a natural SPF of 4-5 and contains antioxidants that help protect the skin from harmful radiation from the sun so this may be enough in the Autumn/winter time.

Make up: Use mineral make up if you have to use something. Barefaced beauty  or other good quality ( don’t go for cheap) Mineral make up companies and your skin will thank you. It will be able to breathe for a start if it is not smothered under petroleum based liquid foundations and  blushers!

So in the next blog I shall give you a complete step by step process of what to do to see your Acne Rosacea dramatically improve and we all hope totally fade away. I have seen it happen hundreds of times so i hope that this works for you to. I will also have some pictures to show you the results.



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This blog is to offer insights and information that you may find of interest or be able to forward to people who need a little advice. I hope you find some of the posts interesting. Much of the blog will be about my 35+ years of experience helping people with Acne,  Acne Rosacea, Eczema, skin conditions, hair and  teeth matters and items that just make our lives easier if we know what to do!. When I find a moment i shall post  on here so do pop back and check out from time to time. Thanks.

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