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remind me of Egypt The Mummy mask I'd say do it in a heartbeat
You Are so Pretty❤️❤️
Oh! How I wish that was my face being pampered. Looks great!
Ani you looked positively glowing afterwards, wow! ?
I got one from therashield.la it's a bit different but basically the same concept. Much much cheaper. I saw the Kardashians and Serena Williams using it so I decided to give it a try. Will update on the results!
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Hello guys new for Vlog Tuesdays! I update you on my Eczema Journey and my new treatments. Don't forget to like and subscribe! PEACE xx
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The best cure for you is to soak in the DIRECT sun for 3 hours a day. This will clear up your eczema. PERIOD!
Vitamin d supplements, cetirizine, exfoliating gloves with diplobase in the shower, Mary Kay body and face products (night emollient for face, body - night and day gel and lotion) have helped me significantly improve and I haven't even started light therapy yet! I was pregnant and allergic to my baby and broke out everywhere and couldn't be treated with allergy medicine or steroids at all throughout the pregnancy and immediately after due to breastfeeding. Also, had major skin staining from iron transfusion. As a light brown skin woman I got huge dark marks all over, it was dry, and in places resembled alligator skin. Now, with just doing these things my skin has become softer, smoother, and lighter. The skin staining is still bad but the eczema is sooo much better.
Wow interesting to hear your phototherapy experience! You’re right ever since I started phototherapy my skin has gotten much drier and I started itching more so much so when I wake up I see my skin flakes everywhere which is gross! I have eczema from chest to my legs so I haven’t seen any dramatic changes. But yes one thing I have noticed is gluten triggers my eczema so bad! My face and neck is usually clear but when I eat gluten it I get a really bad rash all over my face that takes a 1-2 weeks to settle I’m so over it I just want nice skin :(
I`m amazed at the efficiency and power that this vitiligo treatment method “Fαkαmzοt Tαhο” (Goοgle it) got. The vitiligo mark is no longer visible on my face. Those who are struggling with vitiligo and have abnormal skin pigmentation could try this awesome product that I personally advise..
Do you see any progress? I am starting the treatment next week and was wondering how is it going for you!
Ultraviolet B (UVB) is a
Ultraviolet B (UVB) is a very effective treatment, especially when used in combination with topical treatment. UVB is typically given 3 to 5 times per week. Tar preparations and skin lubricants enhance its effectiveness. Side effects are burning, premature skin aging, and skin cancer. Narrow-band form is more effective than broad-band UVB but less widely available.
Psoralen Plus Ultraviolet A (PUVA) is given three times per week until the skin is clear of plaques, and then it is tapered off. Patients take an oral photosensitizing psoralen 1.5 to 2 hours prior to exposure. Indications are for symptomatic control of severe, recalcitrant, disabling, plaque psoriasis.
Side effects include gastrointestinal intolerance of drug, sunburning, photo-damaged skin, cataracts, and increased skin cancer risk.