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    i have psoriasis bad. i started breaking out 3 years ago. i have tried a lot of products and some helped some were a waste of money. the bee propulis/aloe cream helped me but the 4 oz tube only lasted 10 days. i can't afford to order more. palmers cocoa butter help keep my skin moisturiezed but didn't help healing. i know a friend who works for a small independent co. and she said they make a scar cream called rosehips hibiscus scar cream. she gave me a 2 oz jar to try it. i have been using 3 days and my smaller lesions are going away. nothing has worked that fast for me. i am amazed. i have to use it longer of course to really get the full knowledge if it is going to help my larger areas but i am really jumping up and down for joy that the smaller lesions are disappearing. i will give you updates.

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    So is it for scar removal or psoriasis... well anyway.. these aloe vera ingredients are really doing well in every skin related disease.. do keep updating..

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    it is for scar removal but it is 86% natural ingredients and it has really helped my small lesions almost disappear. when i am done the jar i will let you know if it helps with the large lesions. sorry i didn't make myself clear. i was told that it would help but i have become very skeptical in recent months about what i am told a product can do. so far, though, it has helped.

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    Default my jar is all gone.

    well i finished up my jar of rosehips and hibiscus cream. it was working great. but now i have to come up with the money to buy more. the patches on my hands are almost gone and bad spots on my legs and back appear to be healing. maybe when i get my christmas bonus i will buy some more. it is really good. just wanted to let you all know. if you want more info about the cream just pm me.

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    Wow Looks like its working on you...

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    yes, i am halfway thru my second jar. i am very glad i tried it. it isn't a cure but it sure helps, and there is no steroids in it. i wish they made a gallon of this stuff but i can't afford the 2oz jar sometimes. i use it just on my lesions.

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    That's great news that it is helping. Too bad it is so expensive. Do you think you could make it yourself?

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    most of the ingredients are natural and even though i am a pharmacy compounder i don't think it would be cost effective to buy all the natural ingredients and make a cream. natural stuff is expensive. quality natural stuff is even more expensive. so i will be satisfied to pay the price for the already made stuff that works.

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    Aloe Vera is definitely a great thing to have, especially for burns from what I have seen.

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    aloe vera is one of the natural ingredients.


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