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 Cymilium and other stuff
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jt1

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Posted - 02/13/2007 :  00:09:51  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I've been using the cymilium for two areas on my nose.

I previously removed a skin cancer on my arm using vitamin C and coconut oil.
However, the ones on my nose have been very resistant. Despite numerous reddening
and peelings of the areas the lump would always come back. Tried Retin-A, Quercetin,
and a few other things.

Right now the areas are slowly shrinking. I am applying the cymilium at least 3x a day.
The ammonia smell is kind of off-putting since the area is close to my nose.
I haven't noticed any darkening of the areas - just red/pink skin where the lump
used to be and the lump is white. I am rubbing orange oil followed by
quercetin in the evenings. Sometimes I can use my fingernail to peel a bit
off of the areas. The orange oil seems to hve the most profound effect at
drying the area out and causing it to peel. I may try the supraclens method
soon.
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