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|Dry Skin. Help! by keleants(m): 5:07pm On Jul 08, 2018|
|Re: Dry Skin. Help! by DJurry(m): 10:12pm On Jul 08, 2018|
This case is akin to a "Geepee" tank that brings out dirty water, through the tap. And the owner wanting to solve the problem by cleaning its exterior surface with a rag!
Have you ever thought about the past events that led to this issue? Unless of course, you were born with a "scaly" skin. Were you?
Have you ever thought about what you eat, how you eat and when you eat? And yes, they do influence your skin for it's a living organ, needing nutrients, daily!
Why use antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory solutions on your skin? What makes you believe your dry, scaly skin is due to an infection?
When you ask the wrong questions, you'll always get the wrong answers. Open information on the internet can put you into more trouble if you don't really understand what you experience!
I hope I can get into a private consultation with you. I'll pause here so I can feed on your responses, on this thread!
|Re: Dry Skin. Help! by DIVINEEVIDENCE: 10:30pm On Jul 08, 2018|
Take lots of truits and vegetables to hydrate and nourish your skin.
Ditch whatever cream/lotions you're currently using and go for plain Vaseline/petroleum baby jelly.
Snack on fruits and vegetables. I mean, rather than buying chinchin and peanuts and so on, buy eggplants/carrots/oranges and so on.
Hope this helps.
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