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Eczema: Healing the gut

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Eczema: Healing the gut

The dermatitis that covered Blake’s body and the eczema on his cheeks had disappeared.

Dr. Axe reminded Blake’s mother that coming in contact with household chemicals, including antibacterial soap, could cause his skin to react again.  His gut lining would continue to get stronger but they still had to be vigilant in avoiding the triggers.

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Snail Slime Soap? Did you know it's a thing?

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Milk? Yes.

Goat Milk? Definitely.

Donkey Milk? Maybe.

Snail Slime? Huh??

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Rewards Points: how to earn, find, and redeem them

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Rewards Points: how to earn, find, and redeem them

Got Rewards Points? To check your points status, simply log into your account and look at the top, right corner. You should show the number of points you have to spend. Every 10 dollars spent gives you 100 points, and as soon as you earn points, you'll be notified. You can earn points by: registering an account (100 pts), making a purchase (10 pts for every $1 spent), liking on Facebook, sharing on Facebook or following on Instagram (50 pts each). You can also refer your friends and earn. (15% off for you and $5 to your friend). If you placed your past orders anonymously,...

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What helps eczema : customers talk about products and diet

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“My dermatologist told me my eczema was not related to my diet, that it was genetic and that there was no cure. The only thing that would ‘help’ it is antibiotics.  He could not understand why I would choose to suffer and not just take the antibiotics.  I am not suffering.  My body is giving me signals.  It is talking to me.”

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Put your skin care on trial (3 lessons I learned from the jury box)

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 What I learned about natural skin care... from jury duty Yesterday I spent 4 hours at the courthouse. I joined over 100 other potential jurors as two attorneys representing both sides of a criminal case flung question after question to the group. The goal was to identify the 12 jurors (and 1 alternate) who would be both fair and impartial in deciding the case. I listened to the first attorney address the jury box. Watch closely as his questions can also apply to natural skin care. If you don't see it, I'll explain it in a second: "Do you think...

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