PrrEze Cream For Pityriasis Rosea

PrrEze is the first effective relief for pityriasis rosea. If you suffer with this debilitating and embarrassing rash, please try our exclusive formula. PR is not only unsightly, it is also itchy! Doctors are unsure what causes it, how long you will have it, and whether it may return. 

Until now, the only course of “treatment” has been antihistamines and steroid creams. These do not treat the PR, nor make the rash go away, they only help to mask some of the “symptoms” and make the patient more “comfortable”.

Doctors think it is not contagious. It will not kill you. It is just unpleasant, unsightly, and with no known cure. It can be mild or really widespread and nasty.

Most cases of PR last six to eight weeks. Some last for years. All begin with a single patch- called the “herald” patch, and spread from there. Some cases are mild and only slightly itchy, do not spread very far, and are gone. The people who had that kind of PR are probably not reading this!

Our formula is all natural, has no harsh chemicals, dyes, steroids, antihistamines, etc. It is made with the purest ingredients we could find. All ingredients are approved by the FDA as safe, and used in foods, cosmetics, and perfumes.

Please note the PrrEze may make the rash more red, itchy and scaly after application. That redness and scaliness may last for several days. Do not panic! This lets you know it is working, and that you actually DO have PR, and have not been misdiagnosed. Think of it like removing a blackhead. The area may be red and raised for a few hours after you do that, but the blackhead is gone, and now the skin around it needs to heal.

Whether you use PrrEze or allow the PR to run its course, you will probably experience patches on your skin for some time after the rash is gone. These patches can be lighter or darker than the surrounding skin, but will usually fade in time.

PrrEze has a strong floral odor. Many people love the fragrance which is quite flowery- one of the ingredients is used in perfumes. Some people think it is very strong and cloying. It is only strong when you first put on the cream, and, unfortunately, you have to live with it if you want to use this great lotion!

Our hydrating super emollient formula can be used as a skin cream at any time, not just if you are suffering from PR, so the leftovers can be used as part of your daily beauty regimen. It is wonderful for dry skin relief!

We welcome your reviews, testimonials, complaints, and photos! Let us know what you think, and we may put it on our site!

Directions: Apply liberally on areas where rash is apparent twice a day for three days. Areas where cream is applied may become red and scaly within hours of application. This is an expected result, and means that the active ingredients are being ACTIVE! Safe to use on scalp, and “delicate” skin areas like inner thigh and underarm areas. If rash has not subsided within 5 days after your initial application period you may repeat it. NOT FOR INTERNAL USE. DO NOT INGEST. Do not use if you are allergic to any of the ingredients.

Ingredients: Pure coconut oil, aloe vera gel,  corn oil, canola oil, safflower oil, olive oil, powdered konjak root, grapeseed oil, sunflower oil, sesame oil, flaxseed oil, walnut oil, geraniol oil.

There are many forums and many websites that discuss Pityriais rosea and what can be used for it. I had it for over a year. The dermatologist was not very sympathetic, the attitude was, basically, “it wont kill you, use the steroid cream, there is no cure.”.

After 6 months of constant itching and spread of the rash, I was willing to try just about anything. Some people said “tanning bed”... I work outdoors, in Texas, and that certainly did not help. It may work on some forms of psoriasis.

Some people said “Head and Shoulders” shampoo. That may work on seborrheic dermatitis, a rash mostly on the face and scalp.

Black soap was also touted. It may be useful for acne, and is known as “microdermabrasion in a bar”. Not anything that works for PRR.

Lots of people said to use stuff like miconazole, or clotrimazole. Those are for ringworm and other fungal infections.

Hydrogen peroxide or even bleach have been used by people desperate to find some relief from this nasty rash. I wouldn't go that far.

I tried just about all of them. Nothing helped at all. The steroid cream from the dermatologist stopped the itch, but did nothing for the rash.

I researched some more, and came up with this formula. More by accident than by design. My rash disappeared within a week. The light spots on my skin were gone within 2 weeks. It has not come back. I use the cream for bug bites and for dry skin. It has nice soothing ingredients, as well as ingredients that seem to make the pityriasis rosea disappear.

What do you have to lose? Try it! I hope it works for you as well as it worked for me.