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No I didn't peel them off
 
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No I didn't peel them off


Hi, no I didnt peel them off, early in my cure first week they'd peel off in their own time like after soaking they peeled off themselves. By the beginning of the second week, they still went white in the epsom solution but after I had finished the soak and put on coconut oil, they went back to their normal pink colour. They stopped peeling completely by day 14 onwards, each day I soaked them the area that used to peel would look dry but after soaking and adding the coconut oil, they stayed moist and soft, and healthy looking and were unable to peel anymore, as I put coconut oil on them I was able to go out without anyone knowing I had this condition. They stopped going dry as well.

I continued the protocol until around day 30 to make sure i had given the skin a chance to heal.

You allow diseased skin to peel off when its ready to you dont tear off the skin. Normal cycle of skin is 28 days, it takes this long for the new healthy skin to emerge. Are you soaking them for the allotted time.
 

 
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