I don't usually have a beard, maybe just some scruff, but was forced to grow it due to not shaving so I wouldn't spread the disease.
But yea, it grows in the beard area and cheeks for me, which is why I stopped shaving. I also one or two times got a tiny little orange crystal on my nose, and ear lobes.
What I notice is if its a big scab, its yellow, but a small one forms a tiny orange crystalline structure.
I'm happy to report since starting my livestock invermectin stuff, I haven't had any pustules. So I have been clean for 4 days now. And I am hoping to stays. I even shaved and my face looks great now.
I am noticing that some users have what looks more like a yellow ooze spreading all over their face, where mine is just yellow crusts that ooze. Some users, it looks almost as if the yellow is liquidy on their face, whereas mine is scabby on my face (and the ooze appears clear, unless you catch it with paper tower, and look at it, where it look yellow)
My derma appointment is next week. I think I will ask for Rosiver.
So here is how the treatments were like:
The oral horse paste had the consistency of honey, and spelled of apples. It felt good going on.
The ivomec cattle pour on I think was basically had the base of rubbing alcohol (it smelled of it, and the fumes sting your eyes and if it goes in your mouth or nose, makes it hard to breathe). I would do half the side of my face at a time, so I could close that eye, and breathe out of the corner of the other side of my mouth to avoid the nasty fumes.
I did the liquid 2 a day, and the paste once a day every other day.
Both need to be washed off, the paste stays on forever, and even the liquid stays on your skin somewhat (like an oil stays on your skin)
Should I continue using the liquid/Rosiver forever? Or just when I have an outbreak? And how often?
Its also hard to say whether it was these products, or my Flagyll antibiotic, that worked. All I know is the other antibiotics I tried did nothing.
Here was an old picture from when I was infected.