Yes, thank you. I am aware of that. I didn't suddenly start showering more and I am very careful about what I put on my body using natural soaps, coconut oil on my skin, etc.I think the iodine is killing off something and/or getting toxins out of my body and potentially the side effect is dry skin? Just wondered if someone could shed some light.Thanks.From: DeNormandie <blessedark2010@...>iodine Sen
t: Monday, November 7, 2011 1:31 PMSubject: Re: Re: Dry Skin and Iodoral
Taking showers everyday is not good for our skin either. Just washing the parts that need to be washed everyday is sufficient. From: ladybugsandbees <ladybugsandbees@...>iodine Sen
t: Mon, November 7, 2011 11:11:01 AMSubject: Re: Re: Dry Skin and
How much water do you drink? I have not heard about dry skin. What water supply do you shower in? When we switched to a water filtration system for the whole house our skin got much better as the natural oils were not destroyed by the chemicals.
Buist, ND HC
Re: Dry Skin and Iodoral
I am experiencing the same thing. My skin has dried out considerably. I am on considerable amounts of oils - fish, flax, fermented cod liver oil, and am taking digestive enzymes at the same time to make sure they get broken down. Am also on the companion nutrients. But what is happening with the sucking out of every last drop of moisture I might have had left in my skin? Is this bromine coming out? I really was hoping someone would have responded.On the positive side, I feel GOOD when I take iodine. My nails have gone through the biggest transformation. They have suddenly become hard whereas I've had a life time of soft nails. I know its working and I do not plan to stop but would really like to get someone's take on the dry skin issue.Thanks for any help!I am taking 200mg per day of Lugol's 5%.>> I have been taking Iodoral with the accompanying nutrients for a couple of weeks now. I noticed though that my skin has become very dry. Does it have to do with Iodoral or something else?> > Thank you for any input.>