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DS exclusive. I have chicken skin bumps (kp) or should say I did have chicken skin. I have never found a lotion that actually gets rid of the problem. So I was skeptical of this product but decided to use it once a day on the problem areas. It's an easy process ev

DS exclusive. I have chicken skin bumps (kp) or should say I did have chicken skin. I have never found a lotion that actually gets rid of the problem. So I was skeptical of this product but decided to use it once a day on the problem areas. It's an easy process ev

Did you know you can use essential oils to remove your moles / skin tags from your body?  Well you can!!  These are photos of a mole we removed.  First we used Oregano, only one drop, on the mole and let it soak in. Then used one drop of Frankincense and let it soak in. We did this every day, until it fell completely off!  It only took 5 days to fall off.  On days 2 and 3 it was drying up. On day 4 it fell off except a small piece still attached. On day 5 completely gone!

Did you know you can use essential oils to remove your moles / skin tags from your body? Well you can!! These are photos of a mole we removed. First we used Oregano, only one drop, on the mole and let it soak in. Then used one drop of Frankincense and let it soak in. We did this every day, until it fell completely off! It only took 5 days to fall off. On days 2 and 3 it was drying up. On day 4 it fell off except a small piece still attached. On day 5 completely gone!

Any preservatives, chemicals (like MSG), food dyes and artificial flavorings and/or sweeteners (Aspartame or Splenda) are likely candidates for causing irritation and reaction from the body, which often expresses itself outwardly through eczema. The truth of the matter is that these are not “foods” but rather chemical and often toxic substances, which our body’s are not meant to consume.

Eczema: Solving the Underlying Causes, Part 1

Any preservatives, chemicals (like MSG), food dyes and artificial flavorings and/or sweeteners (Aspartame or Splenda) are likely candidates for causing irritation and reaction from the body, which often expresses itself outwardly through eczema. The truth of the matter is that these are not “foods” but rather chemical and often toxic substances, which our body’s are not meant to consume.

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