Perioral Dermatitis
Natural Remedies

Violet Extract for Perioral Dermatitis

| Modified on Jul 17, 2022

2 User Reviews



Posted by Littlewing (Boston) on 08/22/2017
5 out of 5 stars

My final version of things that helped are this: with a cotton ball put on violet extract. let that dry. then put on calendula salve. I would do this both morning and night. Then when I got home everyday I would slather a combo msm/aloe gel all over my face, and pay special attention to the dermatitis areas. My face is now clear of any red areas, pimples, rash, all gone. This is what I recommend. I'm posting this under Violet Extract, as I feel this was the game changer. It took less than two months to clear completely.

Replied by Littlewing
(Boston)
01/12/2018

UPDATE: Hi everyone - it's now January and not a stitch of the nasty PD has come back on me, the combo that I listed above was the one that did it for me. I hope and pray that everyone who suffers with this can find the combo that works for them. It's so frustrating and stressful.


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Posted by Catherine (Southampton, New York) on 12/11/2012
4 out of 5 stars

This is my third post on Earth clinic on Perioral Dermatitis. I have been battling it for 6 years. As I had posted previously I was managing it by working to stay away from chocolate and sugar and trying to eat a green diet but recently had another bad flare (just after halloween! Had a few moments of weakness)

I discovered on another site people having success with violet extract. I got it on Amazon immediately. I put a few drops on the area and rub it in with my fingers. I have no side effects and it's starting to work. I noticed it works best when applied a few times a day. Its a little brown tincture with a light odor that goes away in a few minutes.

The first few days if the spot got dry and scaly I would use the Calendula cream.

I only started the violet extract a week ago so my problem is not gone yet, but it is much improved! I have high hopes. Will keep you all posted.