Madmum007
...feeling okay Madmum007 @madmum007

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has any1 been using an oil, then developed an allergy to it? this has happened to me with coconut oil :( nurse said try jojoba oil! pleased she didn't give me more steroid cream :)

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Theme Psoriasis and Moisturising Natural approaches to Psoriasis

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Michelle
Michelle @mishlyn

Hey madmum, I haven't had that happen. Did you switch brands by chance? I have heard good things about jojoba oil, but have yet to try it. Right now I am really loving almond oil. Sorry to hear you had an allergic reaction!


Peter
Peter @peter5300

Hey I have strangely have had once to a P cream and made my P 10 times worse, hope it's soothes quickly


Lynn
Lynn @lynnb366

Jojoba oil and Grapeseed oil are awesome for your skin!!!


gino
gino @gino1

One can develop an allergy to anything , especially when the skin has already been damaged . One can try switching between different oils , one can go back and forth .


Madmum007
Madmum007 @madmum007

Thanks for your comments all :)
Michelle It's the same brand, nurse said that my p just got sick & tired of coconut oil, probably as I soaked my scalp in it nearly every night & washed it out every morning! I used jojoba oil last night, my what a change, stop the itches instantly YEAH!! plus you don't wash it out in the am, as long as you don't put too much on (a little goes a long way)


Madmum007
Madmum007 @madmum007

I also got some castor oil, but I'll use that next week, I'll change oils weekly so scalp doesn't moan again!!


Michelle
Michelle @mishlyn

Sweet madmum!! That's great it worked so quickly for you! Very nice :) Good idea to rotate oils!!


Dominic
Dominic @Dominic

Childs farm baby moisturiser is good but end up smelling like grapefruit and less itchies



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