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  1. p.s. It is a bit pricey, I think 40 bucks or something and when you get the product it is small, about an ounce, but it is so concentrated, daily use and I just barely bought a new one after 4 months. I think it's totally worth it!
  2. It does look extremely natural, I don't use the barrier spray and I don't notice a huge rub off. Might be good idea to invest in some if you wear a lot of white. I use it on my face neck and chest daily and have been happy with the results. Also it is water proof so you do need a good makeup remover. It really does hide a full on bright red flush. If you match it to your skin tone you wont even see your flush through it. I am constantly checking and know underneath it I am red but it shows no flush! If I am going somewhere where I know I will for sure flush, then I apply it let it set and apply another coat. It sets great and is easy to blend with a foundation brush, not a sponge. As far as the UK I am sorry I am not familiar with one comparable to the one in the states sorry. My husband didn't even know I was trying it out, that's how natural it is. But he said, Your not flushing lately. I have my new secret weapon!
  3. I love colortration! It sets by itself blends great and no break through blotching! I suffer from the dreaded chest, neck splotches and I use this everyday. It is amazing. You can order a trial kit online at www.colortration.com and find your perfect shade. ps use a foundation brush when applying for flawless coverage!
  4. Hey guys it has been a while since I have written but I wanted to update you, I have found a camo makeup that I truly believe in, I have seen some people on this site that use it. It is called COLORTRATION!! Previously I was using dermablend and it wasn't enough coverage, I would flush through it. I suffer from a nervous/panic disorder, when I get nervous my neck and chest flush and become bright red and splotchy,(hence the name!) anyhow. Colortration is a water based camo foundation and it covers extremely well. I recommend you go to the website www.colortration.com and get a trial kit. They send 6 small vials and you play with them and find your shade in the comfort of your own home. It is water proof, and doesn't clog pores. This stuff even covers tattoos! I no longer have to hide under my turtlenecks and can wear the cute low cut tops and be confident! It has changed my life! Good Luck on your fight for hiding the redness, I know it can be so hard but experiment and you will be happy with this stuff!
  5. I am visiting my doc. this coming monday I will keep you posted on my results. I also have a really stressful work week coming up the next week so that will be the big test for me. Thank you for all of your support and information!!
  6. Thanks so much Ranch Dweller! I feel there is hope due to your post! I will give it a try and let you know my results!
  7. Hey Guys, I just need some help on understanding beta blockers. I do not blush in the face rather I flush and blotch on my chest neck and back. I have heard alot of you talk about beta blockers. I have done lexapro and celexa for about 4 and feel they do not work anymore. I have not been on anything for 6 months. Here are some of my questions about Beta Blockers! Do the beta blockers work 100% of the time with flushing? Which one do you take and how quickly did you see results? Was it immediately or after a few weeks? Also any side effects? What are they traditionaly marketed for? :oops: If any one has tips or suggestions I would love to hear them!! Thanks!!!!
  8. Thanks Leelee and Redenuf!What happens to me is I get nervous or stressed, then I feel my neck/chest getting hot and it turns into a blotchy bright red flush. Then that leads to a severe panic attack because people always freak out and say things like are you okay, why are you so red and such, So I agree with Leelee it is totally psychological too . But I do not blush on my face. It feels like such a relief to be able to discuss with people like me!! You two are now my new best friends!!! I was on lexapro for 2 years and then celexa for 2 years but they started not being as effective and I was experiencing alot of side effects, also I felt like I was getting addicted to xanex. I have weened celexa and xanex out of my system for about 6 months now and I feel great except for my flush. I do not get hives I just blotch and flush when nervous. I will try the beta blocker, do you have any other advice or tips for this? Do the beta blockers work 100% of the time? Which one do you take and how quickly did you see results? Was it immediately or after a few weeks? Also any side effects? :oops:
  9. Hi! I am a sufferer of blotchy neck and chest whenever stressed nervous, hot outside. I found the http://www.hivecten.com/index.html website. Has anyone tried this? Does it work or is it another eredicane scam? Please let me know. :oops:
  10. I would love to personally test the product for them. Is there a contact or email?
  11. I think that sounds intriguing. I am currently trying out hawthorn and I have noticed a slight difference, when i flush, it is mainly on my chest and neck and currently with the hawthorn berries, I flush but it is less intense. I have only been doing it for a week so I will keep you posted. The results are supposed to be seen after a while. But skullcap sounds promising! Maybe that will be my next experiment!
  12. I have read a lot about beta blockers and their use in fb. They supposed direct the blood flow to heart and not the skin. I am more into a holistic approach and was wondering if anyone has given hawthorn a try or knows much about it? I am considering trying it. Sometimes in stress situations I take a valerian root and it is kinda like herbal xanex and it works great!
  13. I am so glad to hear that I am not the only one! I a turn so red on my chest and neck when nervous flustered anything. So I too wear dermablend makeup it helps blend a blush but if I have something important I turtleneck it!! Any advice or tips please share.
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