One nice thing about Domboro is that it is also antiseptic. So while you are drying out you are also killing bacteria, a useful second punch, as open sores from allergic skin can get infected.
The nature of the medication is such that you can pour powder into water and mix it, or plop an effervescent tablet in the water and let it “plop, plop, fiz, fiz”. By the way, the soak is soothing, also.
If you are interested in the way to make the solution, and want more particulars on how to use, prices that are available, and alternatives, I highly recommend an article I wrote on HubPages.
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A skin condition affecting many people in the United States is seborrheic dermatitis, or commonly referred to as dandruff. But dandruff can become extremely severe, with thick scales and redness due to varying degrees of oil buildup.
My article gives the type of seborrhea, symptoms, reasons for the condition, shampoo and other treatments, and referrals to alternate treatments.
So it is not just a matter of having a few flakes, though that is bothersome also, but it can be a very serious medical matter. I have written an article that will have plenty of information to contemplate, with possible answers to your questions. It is written for the lay person.
Click this link for the complete article http://hubpages.com/hub/Seborrheic-Dermatitis
We have been holdouts for a new HD TV for a long time. Our Phillips CTR TV just ran and ran. But, alas, I think the color control module went out, then the whole picture. It was fun watching no TV with just the sound!
So we did our due diligence and decided to buy a Sharp TV/DVD combo at Wal-Mart for under $400. What a great TV! The picture is so sharp, and the stereo speakers are great. I wrote a review of the TV, and if you are interested just go to http://hubpages.com/hub/Sharp-HDTV-Model-LC-26DV27UT-Super-TVDVD-Combo for all the particulars.
Peace, and enjoy
With the economy what it is, my wife and I have been trying to pinch pennies whatever way we can. We saw bulk Great White Northern (Navy) beans at the store the other day and decided to prepare them. Our pastor’s wife had been saying that she had a terrific recipe for otherwise bland white beans. So we picked up a copy from her and began.
What we prepared was incredibly good. It was full of taste, nutrition, and it was something different. We were very pleased with the outcome – so we have decided to share the recipe and cooking strategy with others. We hope you find it interesting. Find the recipe at http://hubpages.com/hub/Chili-Spices-Up-White-Northern-Beans
In my latest article, I describe my experience planting a two yearold peach tree purchased at a nursery. From putting it in the ground to picking my first crop of peaches, I share my information and that of others about successful peach growing. Included is preparing hole and fill, thinning, disease control, insect control, and use of spray.
This would be worthwhile reading before planting your first tree, or once the first one is in the ground. I hope you like it.
There is a particular type of eczema that affects millions of people worldwide. It is called dyshidrotic eczema, or dyshidrosis. I have written an article about it because I am affected by it.
The salient characteristic of this eczema is tiny blisters, tapioca-like that occur between the fingers and toes. If the condition worsens the blisters can spread to the bottom of the feet and the palms. If it gets worse and is not treated, the blisters can get larger until adjacent blisters become larger blisters. Eventually, there is the possibility that there is cracking of the skin (usually due to excessive scratching), bleeding, and crusting.
There are definite steps to treating this eczema which physicians can deal with rather quickly. If remedial steps do not improve the condition, you need to see a doctor. You may need a strength of corticosteroid cream which can only be prescribed by a physician.
For a good general article about symptoms and possible treatments, please read my article http://hubpages.com/hub/Treatment-of-Dyshidrotic-Eczema-and-Possible-Causes
For years now I have been wanting to write about the journey I take often when going to the Phoenix Valley. It is exceptional.
Leaving Superior, a copper mining town in Arizona (pop 3500) I travel west on US Route 60. I pass Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park, a world renown botanical garden of desert plants.
Then I pass Pickett Post Mountain, a large rock peak on the south side of 60. In the 1870s, this peak was used as a lookout for the cavalry stationed below.
Travelling farther west, we approach rocky, steep hills and Gonzales Pass, the opening to the trip down toward Apache Junction, AZ.
Then there are miles of flatter brush lands for cattle. It is greener than the valley landscape with more rain falling on it.
Then there is Superstition Mountain, the rough mountain (or as some call them mountains) where The Lost Dutchman Mine is reputed to lay undiscovered and full of gold.
Then we pass Gold Canyon, Az a small community that is positioned in direct view of the Superstitions.
I can give more vivid detail, at http://hubpages.com/hub/Arizona-Gems-Superstition-Mountain-wildflowers-Picket-Post-Mountain-and-Apache-Leap where I endeavor to give a verbal tour with pictures of the area. Read it. You’ll enjoy it. Peace and enjoy.