I'm a 32 yo female seeking any remedies to treat brown liver spots (I have had them for a year)on my face. Anyway, I have clear skin apart from somen pimples on my nose.In addition, I have some broken cappilaries on my nose.
Any advice would be most appreciated.
angie on 2005-04-27
I'm new to this forum. Your brown spots on the face could be related to hormone flucuations. Have you been pregnant or take Birth Control pills? There has been an excellent thread here on Silica that could benefit your skin problems, I'm about to try it on myself and my fourteen yr old daughter that just recovered from chicken pox that has some scarring from it. Kuldeep gives a formula for making silica for oneself.
Hope this helps,
jadeshade last decade
I'm not on the pill and I don't know whether Silicea would be OK for my brown pigmentation or not. I wonder if anyone who has similar problems or an expert could give me advice.
angie last decade
Where on your face are the brown spots? Did something happen a year ago or so that changed in your life. More info would be needed to help with homeopathy.
The silicea might help with with pimples and capillairies or not. More info is needed..like are you tall, thin, short, stocky, light hair, dark, etc..does the weather affect you? how?
The pigmentation could be related to your liver. or not. What is your diet like?
I've had brown spot on face that was related to hormone issues after preganancy.
jadeshade last decade
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