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I mentioned a while ago that I had a rash on my eyelids. It took a couple of weeks, but it has cleared up. Because it was right where I put eye shadow, I stopped wearing makeup while I had the rash.
Now I've thrown out the old eye shadow and the old eye makeup remover. I bought two eye shadows from two different all natural companies. It was harder to find a makeup remover. I was using the only brand that neither stung my eyes nor had mineral oil. I use olive oil as a moisturizer, but I can't put it too near my eyes because it makes a cloudy film. I read on the internet that almond oil made a good eye makeup remover. I bought a small bottle and have used it for two days. First impression - I like it! It gently takes off all the make up, it moisturizes the skin around my eyes, it doesn't sting, and it doesn't leave a film.
I've also let myself have flax seed every other day this week. Before the rash I had a tablespoon of ground flax and a tablespoon of ground pumpkin seed almost every morning for breakfast. I took the flax out of my diet because Heidi had written about several Os who had had allergic reactions to flax seed. I substituted either ground pecans or ground almonds, and both were very good. I'm thinking that I may be safer to rotate the ground nuts: perhaps pecans & pumpkin one day; almonds & flax the next. I'm really hoping that the flax didn't have anything to do with the rash. It's one thing to give up avoid foods for the BTD, but I don't want to be allergic to beneficials.
By the way, the smoked salmon was a hit at the luncheon Thursday. Fortunately there was enough left for my family to have for dinner tonight. I had cooked beet greens earlier in the weekâ€¦they were delicious. I cooked beets tonightâ€¦I'm glad my husband likes them.
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