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    I've been told that low dose naltrexone is more...

    I've been told that low dose naltrexone is more effective when taken with alpha lipoic acid. Has anyone else heard this?
  2. Thread: Demodex

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    ElaineA;345685]I hear you on the concern about...

    ElaineA;345685]I hear you on the concern about getting folliculitis after being on antibiotics. My first 4 dermatologists played Russian Roulette with antibiotic after antibiotic - never ran any...
  3. Thread: Demodex

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    Elaine, this sounds like an effective way to...

    Elaine, this sounds like an effective way to manage demodex but the antibiotic may worsen folliculitis for those of us suffering from it as a result of antibiotics.
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    Hi Chai. A while back I read that the newer...

    Hi Chai. A while back I read that the newer generation SSRI drugs can raise cholesterol and blood sugar. That may have an effect on the skin. I know when I was taking Aropax my skin was much oilier...
  5. Hi Weezer, is it possible to take a maintenance...

    Hi Weezer, is it possible to take a maintenance dose of diflucan, perhaps once a week?
  6. Thanks for the information.

    Thanks for the information.
  7. Thanks, I'll check it out.

    Thanks, I'll check it out.
  8. Hi, what's the name of the soap?

    Hi, what's the name of the soap?
  9. Sticky: Hi silverlight22, sorry to hear about your skin...

    Hi silverlight22, sorry to hear about your skin problems. My issues are similar to yours, I'm confused as to whether it's bacterial or fungal and starting to think it's both. I took identical...
  10. Paroxetine helped my flushing in a big way as did...

    Paroxetine helped my flushing in a big way as did zopax (xanax). Unfortunately I abused the medication which caused other problems but if you can control it and use as prescribed then these types of...
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    Galderma Nutraderm Moisturising Lotion. I haven't...

    Galderma Nutraderm Moisturising Lotion. I haven't needed to use it in a while but it's simple and light.
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    Galderma Nutraderm Lotion, not the cream. Very...

    Galderma Nutraderm Lotion, not the cream. Very nice, light moisturizer.
  13. Hi CLJ, thanks for sharing that information. Do...

    Hi CLJ, thanks for sharing that information. Do you know whether or not you're lacking healthy e coli bacteria in your gut? If not, maybe that's not the main cause of your issues.
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    I don't think there's a pharmaceutical cure for...

    I don't think there's a pharmaceutical cure for rosacea or many other skin issues because there are too many individual factors causing the issues to pinpoint exact causes. I think the best that we...
  15. Thread: Berberine?

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    Hi johnabetts. Is it true that citricidal or...

    Hi johnabetts. Is it true that citricidal or grapefruit seed extract doesn't contain natural antimicrobial properties and that the antimicrobial effect is due to chemicals used in the processing of...
  16. You use christianity to promote the product but...

    You use christianity to promote the product but show a contradicting attitude in true hypocritical style. By the way, Mistica has shown an interest but clearly you're not interested in a discussion...
  17. Jimmymacc, Mistica raised some very valid points...

    Jimmymacc, Mistica raised some very valid points and questions which is the purpose of a forum like this. We can't be expected to just take a person's word about a product just because they claim it...
  18. Hi Jimmy. Mistica, myself and others are also...

    Hi Jimmy. Mistica, myself and others are also trying to correct dysbiosis. Appreciate all the information but please understand that my scepticism comes from spending loads of cash on supplements...
  19. Just because the company is run by christians it...

    Just because the company is run by christians it doesn't mean they're ethical. Sorry but it sounds dodgy to me. Rather try and get your nutrients through food if possible.
  20. I read about a skincare line called Cln that has...

    I read about a skincare line called Cln that has a similar form of that ingredient. Works as an antibacterial in a similar way to bleach baths.
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    Hi there, sorry to hear about your skin problems....

    Hi there, sorry to hear about your skin problems. I've read that vegetarian diets may lack amino acids like l lysine which may cause problems for some people. Histimine might also be a part of the...
  22. QUOTE=Ryohiku;328368]I'm on Mutaflor since 2...

    QUOTE=Ryohiku;328368]I'm on Mutaflor since 2 weeks now. No improvement for the time...[/QUOTE]

    Hi Ryohiku, I'm very interested to hear if you've seen any progress.
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    Hi motheromother, I had fairly bad keratosis...

    Hi motheromother, I had fairly bad keratosis pilaris and the only thing that sorted it out was eliminating dairy from my diet. If not dairy, you may have another food intolerance so maybe a food...
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    I've read that fish oil is fairly high in...

    I've read that fish oil is fairly high in histamine, maybe that's a problem for you.
  25. Hi ginaisred. I had keratosis pilaris on the back...

    Hi ginaisred. I had keratosis pilaris on the back of my arms and wiped it out completely with dietary changes. In my case I think eliminating dairy was the most important change. This issue has to be...
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