Skin Lesions

Four Simple Cures From One Australian Oil

…probably a thousand uses for it. Here are a few: * Remarkable antiseptic properties make tea tree oil good for any type of cut, abrasion, rash, or lesion. It can also cure boils, bug bites, nail fungus, cold sores, and blisters. * Diluted with water (1–2 drops per ounce), it makes an effective facial…

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Massage Away Diabetic Lesions

…adequate circulation to the area and I have a simple massaging technique that can help restore blood flow to an ulcer and speed the healing process. Skin ulcerations develop in a circular pattern that somewhat resembles a three-layer bulls-eye. At the center of the circle is a red, inflamed area where…

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Treat Poison Ivy with This Oil Blend

…obvious rather quickly that this is a potent product. Just apply a couple of drops and rub it gently into the skin lesions. The oils actually have a drying effect, so as soon as the lesions have stopped oozing, you can stop using the White Flower Oil and apply your favorite moisturizing lotion. Next…

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