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Re: Getting rid of keloid scars with SSKI by lexipoo72 ..... Iodine Supplementation Support by VWT Team

Date:   2/12/2012 12:21:11 AM ( 11 years ago ago)
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I can honestly say that Potassium Iodine is just amazing when it come to curing keloid scars. I spent years in shame..hiding my shoulders because of the 4 unattractive keloid scars I had developed from shoulder surgeries. I tried desperately everything I could (medically- except surgery)to get rid of them. Silicone gels and patches would only do so much and once I'd stop using them, the keloid would just get larger and itch even more! Finally, I stumbled onto various sites online that described the amazing healing powers of Iodide/Iodine.

It is been exactly 1 week of using Potassium Iodine on my scars- twice a day, as well as taken two drops of Lugol's Iodide in a cup of juice or water and I can literally see the keloids melting away..just amazing!!!!!!!!!!!

$18 dollars..that is how much I've spent to get this kind of results so far and I've only used 1/3 of the bottles. I highly recommend this treatment to anyone looking to finally do away with these scars. It is a shame that in today's day and age, those who are supposed to help us heal and keep us healthy conceal from us the simplest of cures all in the name of making a dollar- without regards for the well being of their patients! I spent hundreds of dollars and barely got any results- yet $18.00 was all it took to get me on the path of true recovery and self confidence once again!!

Do yourself a favor, look up "Iodide" and educate yourself on this miracle mineral that has so many healing capabilities. Everything form keloid scars to allergies; infections to cancer; heartburn to anxiety! Learn how Iodide helps the scar tissue regenerate, thus healing the scar itself and doing away with the infection that caused the keloid in the first place! Once it heals..IT NEVER COMES BACK!!

Hope this helps!!

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