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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8

Type "A" and Exczema

Posted By: O'Shana James -"A" blood
Date: Monday, 1 February 1999, at 5:31 a.m.

I have a question. I am wondering if anyone knows about any treatment for a person with exczema. Let me explain: Exczema covers 99% of my body and what has happened is as a result of prescibed cortizones,and creams a bad reaction occured. The result of this reaction is the skin being burnt by the cream, this happened about a couple of years ago. Being burned by a medication turned a light skinned complexed person to a dark skinned person mainly in the facial area. Now some parts of the body is as just clear and light as can be For example the hands, maybe this is because this is the part we wash and clean the most. Really this is the only part that is still of a light complexed tone. I'm wondering if there is a treatment that would peel this dark layer of skin off. We know that this layer of skin ( associated with exczema ) is nothing but dry flacky skin. A treatment that would recover the natural skin tone and texture. What i have in mind is something like a wet wrap of some nature that would cover the whole body. thanks, O'Shana

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