The rosa femin care product is going to be a sad day when it goes to waste.
That’s according to a company that says it will be auctioning off the product on Monday to pay for a $1 million dollar settlement.
The company is now offering to donate the product to a charity of a person’s choice.
The products were created to address the common skin condition called rosacea.
The rosa product was first introduced in 1998 and was touted as a treatment for the condition, according to the product description.
“This product is designed to help address the signs and symptoms of rosaceas most common skin conditions, including eczema, psoriasis, acne, and more,” the description reads.
“The product is made with a combination of natural ingredients that work together to fight the symptoms of your rosacaria.”
The product comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee, but the company says it doesn’t want to put its product on the market to see how much people love it.
When it was first released, rosa was marketed as a “proper treatment” for rosades skin condition.
Rosa is a disease that causes the skin to grow over the surface of the skin.
The condition is caused by a mutation in a gene that causes a person to produce less of a protein that protects the skin from UV rays, according the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine.
It affects between 1 and 5 percent of people in the United States, according The New York Times.
Although the condition affects many, it can be treated.
But with rosa becoming more common, rosas treatment is changing.
With the rise of rosa, more and more doctors are beginning to recommend the drug as a way to treat the condition.
But rosa has long been seen as a health-care solution, not a treatment, and people are still being asked to take it.
And that’s a problem for the company, which says that’s going to change.
I think that it’s very sad and I don’t think that we’re going to see rosa as a cure.
Thats a shame and that is a shame on all of us.
In 2016, rosbio sold rosa cream to a local hospital for $4,000.
The cream was said to be made with an extract of rosatolac and the rosa protein.