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Dry skin report
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02-23-2012 09:43 PM

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Dry skin report
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True story. Someone posted about this stuff at PWR and having skin so dry on my legs that I was beginning to wonder if I was part reptilian, I bought some (about 13 bucks for a 16 oz jar). The skin on my shins was more the texture of shed snake skin than human skin (dry and cracked like cellophane) and it itched. At the same time, it was fragile in that when I scratched hard, it might bleed. So, I've been using this stuff (the cream, in the jar) for about three weeks and my skin is soft and normal!!! I'm talking transformed. I swear, I have tried EVERYTHING, from various creams to olive oil, and nothing worked. This stuff is miraculous. They say it builds up a "skin barrier" which I think might be referring to the acid mantle, a natural chemical layer that healthy skin creates to protect itself. Whatever, it works. I'm also showering with Dr Bronner's natural soap (no artificial chemicals).

Hope this helps any of you dealing with cracked and sensitive skin. One of the many wonderful issues of being over 50. chuckle

http://cerave.com/

Bought mine at Walgreens.

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RE: Dry skin report
One of the symptoms of an UNDERactive Thyroid is extremely dry skin, especially on the extremities.

If you have any other symptoms (sensitivity to cold, thinning hair, lethargy) you should have a blood test. Be sure they test both T3 and T4.

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RE: Dry skin report
I don't like the smell of Dr Bronner's products, its got that Granny smell :(
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11:11
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02-23-2012 09:49 PM

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RE: Dry skin report
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-23-2012 09:45 PM)
http://e45.com/

Dunno what that is or if it's expensive. I have also used prescription stuff from a dermatologist, btw. All I know is that CeraVe is not expensive and it works.

I have been saddened on my many visits to universities to see young people in their teens who do not have a thought in their head that someone else has not put there. They stand before you after only 17 or 18 years on the planet and are already mindlessly parroting the system’s propaganda.

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02-23-2012 09:53 PM

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RE: Dry skin report
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-23-2012 09:45 PM)
One of the symptoms of an UNDERactive Thyroid is extremely dry skin, especially on the extremities.

If you have any other symptoms (sensitivity to cold, thinning hair, lethargy) you should have a blood test. Be sure they test both T3 and T4.

Jhikpghf

Yes, you are right, and I think that's an issue for me. I've had the tests and they come back normal. According to other stuff I've read, you can't trust the tests. I actually think my issue is adrenal fatigue. Because I'm not keen on big pharma for solutions, I'm going to see a homeopath about it. "If" adrenal fatigue is an issue, then treating the thyroid first can can make things worse.

Good tip, though, and glad you pointed it out.

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02-23-2012 09:56 PM

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RE: Dry skin report
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-23-2012 09:46 PM)
I don't like the smell of Dr Bronner's products, its got that Granny smell :(

I use the lavender but it still smells like soap, so I know what you mean. I would advise anyone, however, to only buy health food store quality soaps, to avoid the nasty chemicals (even when they smell oh so nice). You could probably add some essential oil to Dr Bronners.

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Shootzoo
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02-23-2012 09:56 PM

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RE: Dry skin report
Here's a clue.

Try drinking more water.
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RE: Dry skin report
11:11  Wrote: (02-23-2012 09:49 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-23-2012 09:45 PM)
http://e45.com/

Dunno what that is or if it's expensive. I have also used prescription stuff from a dermatologist, btw. All I know is that CeraVe is not expensive and it works.

i was telling Geo about horsetail, and she added it to her thread on this page;

http://lunaticoutpost.com/Topic-Helpful-Herbs?page=10

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RE: Dry skin report
Shootzoo  Wrote: (02-23-2012 09:56 PM)
Here's a clue.

Try drinking more water.

I do and I have well water (no chlorine or flouride). In my case, dry skin (only on some body parts) is probably metabolic but I still needed relief until I get that sorted. CeraVe also keeps my hands very soft (another improvement).

I have been saddened on my many visits to universities to see young people in their teens who do not have a thought in their head that someone else has not put there. They stand before you after only 17 or 18 years on the planet and are already mindlessly parroting the system’s propaganda.

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Shootzoo
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RE: Dry skin report
Hows your circulation? maybe you could just move about more.

Good luck Heartflowers
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02-23-2012 10:07 PM

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RE: Dry skin report
Coolchick  Wrote: (02-23-2012 09:58 PM)
11:11  Wrote: (02-23-2012 09:49 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-23-2012 09:45 PM)
http://e45.com/

Dunno what that is or if it's expensive. I have also used prescription stuff from a dermatologist, btw. All I know is that CeraVe is not expensive and it works.

i was telling Geo about horsetail, and she added it to her thread on this page;

http://lunaticoutpost.com/Topic-Helpful-Herbs?page=10


Taken internally?

In the mean time, no matter what anyone is experimenting, try CeraVe. I know I sound like a sales rep, lol, but it's cheap enough to give it a shot. Use it daily and you'll be amazed at the change in a couple of weeks.

I have been saddened on my many visits to universities to see young people in their teens who do not have a thought in their head that someone else has not put there. They stand before you after only 17 or 18 years on the planet and are already mindlessly parroting the system’s propaganda.

- David Icke
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RE: Dry skin report
11:11  Wrote: (02-23-2012 10:07 PM)
Coolchick  Wrote: (02-23-2012 09:58 PM)
11:11  Wrote: (02-23-2012 09:49 PM)
Dunno what that is or if it's expensive. I have also used prescription stuff from a dermatologist, btw. All I know is that CeraVe is not expensive and it works.

i was telling Geo about horsetail, and she added it to her thread on this page;

http://lunaticoutpost.com/Topic-Helpful-Herbs?page=10


Taken internally?

In the mean time, no matter what anyone is experimenting, try CeraVe. I know I sound like a sales rep, lol, but it's cheap enough to give it a shot. Use it daily and you'll be amazed at the change in a couple of weeks.

yes, it comes in a liquid form and pills. thats what is at the healthfood store i go to.
i dont know if we have CeraVe in ccflag or not.. i can check.

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akhenaten
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02-23-2012 10:11 PM

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RE: Dry skin report
While this is "for feet", it has helped a couple of my friends with severe psoriasis. They had tried tones of prescriptions and all kinds of other lotions/creams to no avail. This stuff, within a few weeks of daily usage, has almost completely cured their issue. It's not really expensive and it works wonders on my dry ass feet. Anyway, I hope it can help someone else too!

http://www.nordiccare.com/shop/foot-care-cream/

I want to say that locally we pay about $12-$13 for the 16oz.

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02-23-2012 10:15 PM

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RE: Dry skin report
Coolchick  Wrote: (02-23-2012 10:10 PM)
11:11  Wrote: (02-23-2012 10:07 PM)
Coolchick  Wrote: (02-23-2012 09:58 PM)
i was telling Geo about horsetail, and she added it to her thread on this page;

http://lunaticoutpost.com/Topic-Helpful-Herbs?page=10


Taken internally?

In the mean time, no matter what anyone is experimenting, try CeraVe. I know I sound like a sales rep, lol, but it's cheap enough to give it a shot. Use it daily and you'll be amazed at the change in a couple of weeks.

yes, it comes in a liquid form and pills. thats what is at the healthfood store i go to.
i dont know if we have CeraVe in ccflag or not.. i can check.

http://www.google.com/search?q=cerave+ca...=firefox-a

:)

I have been saddened on my many visits to universities to see young people in their teens who do not have a thought in their head that someone else has not put there. They stand before you after only 17 or 18 years on the planet and are already mindlessly parroting the system’s propaganda.

- David Icke
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