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Persistent acne on forehead

Please someone help me. For the past year and a half, I have had a rash of blackheads and whiteheads on my forehead that refuse to go away. I have tried colon cleansers, liver cleansers, changing skin products, foot detox...everything. Nothing works. This happened to me before several years ago; had a colonic and the bumps went away. However, colonics didn't work this time. I drink lots of water, have a vegan diet,and never eat junk foods. Please, please someone help me. I don't want to continue suffering with this. FYI: skin cleared up during a pregnancy last year, but the bumps returned afterwards. I'd appreciate any help. Thanks!
  Duskriver on 2007-10-09
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Try one dose of Calc Sulph 10M and wait for result at lease 15 days and report me.

dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
Thank you for your reply.
You suggested I take one doseof calc. sulph 10m...do you mean I should only use one pellet (if that's how it comes)?
Thank you.
Duskriver last decade
if it is in liquid then then take 2 drops only...with 1/2 cup of water. if pills then 4-6 pills in disolving in 1/2 cup of water...

dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade

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