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Does anyone put the contents of a vitamin D capsule in oil i.e. olive oil onto their ps, I'm thinking of doing it on my scalp, has anyone tried doing this?


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7 responses

Rita @rita

No, I just take it orally (5,000 IU daily during winter).

Pamela @pamela781

Try the shampoo and conditioner, Nioxin. I so hope it works for u ... it healed my scalp!

Michelle @mishlyn

Hi Madmum, I have never tried it, but your post intrigued me to check it out and it looks like it would be a great idea!

The benefits of vitamin d when applied onto the skin from a capsule include:
Reducing acne and pimples
Potent anti-aging effects
Speeds up the healing of damaged cells
Promotes regeneration of younger, fresher skin cells
Increases the elasticity of the skin
Stimulates collagen production
Reduces age spots and dark spots
Makes skin radiant and glowing

It also mentions the importance of Choosing capsules that are sourced from organic ingredients, not GMO ingredients

..another thing to add to my list! Lol
Looking forward to hearing how it works for you! Good Luck!

Lindakay1948 @lindakay1948

What a GREAT Idea MadMUM Great Idea

eric @eric1946

has anyone have their palms peal,, this is the second time in 4 months,, healthy skin underneath

Lindakay1948 @lindakay1948

Honestly Eric when my Pustular Psorasis erupts on my hands and feet I can only pray that it would peel instead I get twiggy hands with cracks and scales from Hell~~O..I have decided to try Madmum's idea with popping the Vit D capsules on my hands now..I am getting so many wonderful and helpful ideas here..Eric Healthy skin underneath what a lovely glad your here Eric..

Jim @jim771

My hands peel all the time, the blisters never go away on my hands, and that's no good as I am a builder

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