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unless you're using caustic soap, handwashing shouldn't cause that kind of dryness
 
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Published: 16 years ago
 
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unless you're using caustic soap, handwashing shouldn't cause that kind of dryness


I had eczema for several years. It would always get worse whenever it was cold and dry outside, wintertime, and if I washed my hands too much. But the problem turned out to be my liver, not my handwashing habits. I did one Liver Flush and my eczema problem never returned. I can wash my hands hundreds of times a day and never have cracked, bleeding skin. Right now I have the remnants of a suntan from FLA so I am using Cocoa butter to give my skin a nice sheen, but my skin has never returned to the painful cracking and bleeding that it once was. Cleaning up my diet (no Sugar or refined carbs) helped too I'm sure.
 

 
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