I've got the same problem as all of you and have had it for decades, but I'm avoiding the soolantra route as long as I can. I am still pursuing the idea that I can fix something within my body (in regards to allergy or immune reaction) that will effect what goes on with the surface of my skin. Maybe this is wrong, but I will follow the path until I have proven to myself that it is wrong. Then I will go get some Soolantra and try that route.
Part of this 'natural' pursuit has involved me having the silver fillings removed from my mouth. In addition to the crap oozing out of my face, I've also had extreme depression, fatigue and visual disturbances that have gotten worse over the past few years. To the point where, as an able-bodied 37 year old, I can barely get out of bed to go to work each day.
I'll be blunt with you. I don't believe much in natural remedies. Everything I've researched about removing fillings, I've felt like mostly its people making up stories on the internet. You can read all day about people who get their silver fillings removed and suddenly can walk again and are 100% healed of their health ailments. Nonetheless, I decided to have my fillings removed. Nothing else was working. The oozing is one symptom of a wider range of problems with me. So, I took the gamble.
I had the worst of my fillings removed first. I felt absolutely no change and thought, 'well, at least now I know the whole silver fillings theory is bogus.' A few days ago, I did my second of three sessions. After the second session removed three more fillings, I felt a lot of my symptoms improve. I'm a bit amazed by it. I've felt a lot of the constant pressure in my face and around my eyes suddenly go away. I can pay attention better. My vision is better. Much better mood. Overall, my body feels instantly better although it's not 100%. Also, I've still got three fillings left to remove in the final session.
I don't expect the completion of my filling removals to make the oozing problem go away. Like I said, I may end up using Soolantra, but I'm avoiding that until I'm ready. And Soolantra is not the silver bullet everyone claims it to be. I've read plenty of things from people who got worse instead of getting better and abandoned using it. I don't know what the future holds, but since I've made this little bit of progress in health with the removal of mercury from my mouth I thought it wouldn't hurt to share.
Wishing you all luck in your own struggles with the yellow ooze.