take natures bounty 1,000 mg of vitamin c the ones without rose hips.i take 10 caplets in the morning and 5 more at lunch you cant overdose on these and theirs no side effects your body just pees out what you dont need. it really works and if you do get blotches the vitamin c makes them go away fast.im 42 now and ive had this problem since i was 18. ive tried everything and this has worked the best for me. if i find anything else thats helpful ill post itView Thread
ive had this problem since i was 18 and now im 42. i found a way to control it i take 10 1,000 mg of vitamin c caplets every morning. i take natures bounty vitamin c caplets the ones without rose hips. you can take as many as you want its not harmful at all and your body just pees out what you dont need. ill take 10 when i get up and 5 more at noon it really helps control them if you have an attack the blotches will go away fast.hope this helps youView Thread
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