Q. What can I do about the acne that is appearing on my daughter’s neck and shoulders? It seems to possibly be caused by the oils in her hair as she sometimes gets an outbreak on her face also – in the area of her long bangs.
A. Several options for treating this condition are:
- Push water intake, with at least 4 bottles (8 ounces each) minimum per day. My daughter likes it when I squeeze ½ lemon and 1 dropper of stevia (w/out alcohol preservative) into her water. It’s like no-calorie lemonade!
- Lily of the Desert Aloe Vera Gel (not juice) can be spread over areas that come in contact with the hair. It creates a protective film, allowing the acne to heal and prevents contact with the hair.
- Itires has proven to be a wonderful aid for acne, as most acne problems stem from poor lymph flow (Itires stimulates the lymph). The dosage is 15-20 drops, 3-4 times per day, at least 30 minutes away from meals (the lower dosage is for 130 pounds weight or less). Avoid the use of metal utensils or containers with the Pekana spagyric homeopathics.
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