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I was in the grocery store about an hour ago, and I am getting itchy feet.
As you can see in the photo above (on the left), I’m getting the same stuff.
For the first 3 weeks, the thing stayed pretty white and did not itch, but every now and then, it would itch, but not as bad as I’m getting.
After about 7 days of this…it still is just the same stuff.
I didn’t use a lot of soap, but if it is hot and you’re sweating, you might want to use some soap, and I didn’t think this would be too noticeable with just normal washing.
If you want to see what I’m talking about, click HERE to see how the red stuff starts to form.
The second photo is another photo of the red stuff.
A friend told me today that someone used to use it for colds, and that her wife didn’t know about it…so maybe I should use it as a topical therapy for my feet.
I need to do some research if that’s the case, if it’s not, I am totally not taking it anymore.
If it happens every night or 2 night, and is only happening every now and then–I’ll probably keep using it if that is the case, and I definitely have not gotten an itch here (and not like the white one in the photos above).
As long as you are using it the right way and only using lather – I do see it getting worse over time.
If it’s worse every 3 days or some longer – I’m going to quit.
I will definitely look into why my feet are doing this, but in the meantime, I am definitely going to go back to my normal routine of a lotion, and a lot in a spray bottle.
Thank you for giving me advice and info on this.
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I was going on a solo trip to Colorado this past week, which would be my third time in the state. I had already had a lot of interesting and sometimes wonderful experiences, but I’d
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