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    Quote Originally Posted by wizkhali View Post
    Im merely asking for help ? :S Ok...
    What help do you need other than the instructions regarding how to use the honey/oil protocol? Follow the instructions, to the letter, and hope for the best. If it doesn't work for you, it doesn't work: indeed, it may not work for everyone. But unless you follow the instructions *to the letter*, you'll never know.

    I don't know what help you expect from Auburn apart from the protocol that she's already introduced to the forum.

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    Hello all it's been a while,

    Well sadly remains, I still have S.D,

    I truly believe it can be solved if I were not allergic to coconut oil, as the reactions I first saw before.

    Now I am trying 3 hour manuka mask, and will moisturize with a thin coat of vaseline.

    I believe honey masks are not enough to get S.D Under control, I am hoping vaseline will help.

    has anyone else moisturized with vaseline on their face?
    I am not planning to do this everyday more of night time and not sure If i will wash my face during treatment days depending on how my skin 'feels', if it feels 'heavy' i guess it's time to wash!

    On a seperate note, I have ordered Babussa oil, which is said to be a very good substitute of cocnut oil and will switch to that when it comes aswell note my progress with that.

    Honey masks is certain to help

    just need a dang moisturizer or something like coconut oil that does the trick!

    I'm really feeling down with life right now, depression with options ran out, such a terrible disease, really effects my confidence, with my girlfriend more importantly and my peers, just generally going out. I am a good looking guy but my S.D makes my facial features look very inflamed and larger than they actually are (nose looks larger and cheeks),

    If anyone could offer a spark of help I will be most indebted.
    Cheers.

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    I am also thinking of order daktarin gold?

    What are people's responses to this product? is it worth buying? I have really sensitive skin btw.

    http://www.chemist-4-u.com/Daktarin-...eam-15g-P.html

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    Hi there,

    Try probiotics, most especially Lactobacillus paracasei. I have been taking "Vitamineral Green" from Healthforce for a few months and there has been a great improvement in my skin.

    Best wishes

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizkhali View Post
    I am also thinking of order daktarin gold?

    What are people's responses to this product? is it worth buying? I have really sensitive skin btw.

    http://www.chemist-4-u.com/Daktarin-...eam-15g-P.html
    I use Daktarin Intensive which is similar. Still Ketaconazole 2%, but it suits my skin better, and doesn't leave your face looking shiny at all, which I prefer. It is the best cream I use.

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