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The Health Wyze Colloidal Copper Lotion

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Why We Created This Formula

A friend came to us with severely dry skin on his hands, which had been brought about by his repeated exposure to harsh industrial detergents. The situation was so bad that his hands were regularly cracking open, and infectious boils sometimes resulted.

We made it our mission to help him using safe and natural ingredients, but there were no such products on the market. We endeavored to help him in avoiding the standard steroid treadmill, which would have endangered his long-term health, and it would have only temporarily suppressed the symptoms. Working with a dermatologist would have furthermore caused a major financial hardship. Most importantly, we wanted to heal his hands, instead of just making them temporarily feel better with typical symptom treatments that would have eventually made his situation worse. This is what most lotions do.

Practically all of our research into severe skin problems pointed us toward a single direction: copper. Studies prove that copper is dramatically useful in increasing skin elasticity (increasing elastin), producing ideal skin thickness, and for stimulating collagen production. Copper seems to have miraculous properties upon human skin. Copper is to the skin what vitamin C is to the overall immune system. It is essentially a supplement for the skin. This is why an extremely concentrated, pH-corrected, copper solution in both colloidal and hydroxide forms was chosen as the core of our lotion. Our formulation contains large particles of copper, in addition to having colloidal particles. Both small and tiny particle copper solutions have their own sets of benefits and degrees of penetration. Evidence shows that therapeutic solutions containing large metallic particles (like copper hydroxide) are the most effective for correcting skin and tissue issues, but smaller particles have deeper penetration. We use both to get both sets of benefits. The large particle phenomena is similar to the situation wherein larger particle silver compounds are more effective for burn treatments.

Unlike steroid solutions, our lotion is not dangerous. It dramatically heals skin and some joint injuries using copper, alongside food-based ingredients. Our lotion causes much of the dead and severely damaged skin to flake off painlessly; especially when it is first used. It absorbs rapidly, and it leaves no oily residue. The lotion is water-based; using mostly food-based ingredients. It typically leaves the skin feeling baby-soft, and it is known for causing a brief warming and tingling sensation. In fact, it is designed to work like a liquid capacitor. Its electrical properties are not fully understood, but its unusual capacitance is demonstrated by the fact that its electrical resistance actually increases with the addition of more copper. Therefore, we are being quite literal when we suggest that the lotion will charge your skin.

Natural products are often believed to be significantly less effective than their chemical and medical industry counterparts, but this lotion proves otherwise.

The Ingredients (version 4 of the formula)

  • Distilled water
  • Colloidal copper and copper hydroxide*
  • Apple cider vinegar
  • Vitamin C
  • Guar gum
  • Sodium bicarbonate (baking soda)
  • Chalk

* The term "hydroxide" merely means something dissolved inside water containing sodium. Industrial copper hydroxide is dangerous because it is not pH balanced, it is made with dangerous chemicals, and it usually has harmful impurities. Our manufacturing process uses only electricity to combine 99.99% pure copper with distilled water and a small amount of baking soda. We use electricity to generate the copper solution instead of chemicals, for the sake of safety and purity.

Our Skin Care Recommendations for Severely Damaged Skin

Health Wyze Colloidal copper Lotion

  • People with extreme skin problems should stay away from direct contact with latex. This includes latex in foods (avocado, bananas, chestnuts, kiwi, and perhaps even tomatoes). Many people have latex allergies because of vaccinations. Latex allergies can have terrible effects on the skin.
  • Topical use of colloidal copper. Copper is important to the synthesis of both collagen and elastin. It has also been shown to increase the thickness of the skin. For a safe oral method of supplementing with copper, we suggest chlorophyll. Otherwise, do not ingest copper because it is dangerous unless it is naturally occurring in foods.
  • The benefits of coconut oil seem limitless, and it is extremely useful for dry skin. Orally take a teaspoon or so daily. Buy only organic, cold-pressed coconut oil from a health food store. It is not expensive, and it will help.
  • Vitamin C increases collagen and elastin. It is commonly used for the treatment of dry skin.
  • Since unhealthy fats disrupt collagen production, there is part of the Budwig Protocol which should be helpful. Purchase flax seed oil capsules and mix the extracted oil with goat cheese. Yogurt can be used instead of goat cheese, but it is not as healthy, because it is usually made with homogenized milk. Make sure the flax seed oil is in dark capsules in a dark container. The oil can quickly become dangerously rancid when it is exposed to heat and light. Do not mix with a metal object. Wood is ideal.
  • Get liquid iodine and place about a 2 inch (5 cm.) patch on your skin. Let it sink in throughout the day. Your body will absorb only the amount that it needs. Always avoid povidone iodine. Read the iodine article for safety information concerning the oral supplementation of iodine.
  • You may have pre-diabetes. Check yourself and treat accordingly after reading our diabetes article.
  • Try supplementing with niacin at a small dosage, but please read the our article concerning niacin's strange side effects.
  • Zinc supplementation is known to help with a variety of skin, hair, and nail problems. A body cannot properly utilize zinc without copper.
  • You may have hypothyroidism if you have severe or chronic skin problems.
  • Sunbathing is a helpful treatment for many skin diseases, such as athlete's foot fungus, psoriasis, acne, boils, and impetigo. Sunlight converts cholesterol in the skin into vitamin D-2 to help the liver.

Dangerous Copper Peptide Products

The most common copper-based creams that are being sold are the ones containing copper peptides. Copper peptides are synthetic compounds that are alleged to mimic the biological copper compounds that are inside the human body. However, this belief and the overall science of biochemistry are both largely frauds, because science is still unable to precisely reproduce any nutrient that is found in nature. Exemplifying this, synthesized vitamins are never as effective as those found naturally in foods. Chemists have had their best success in creating synthetic vitamin C (ascorbic acid), but it performs differently in the human body to the natural vitamin C that can be extracted from foods, such as the original vitamin C supplement, which was extracted from paprika. Various chemists have inadvertently admitted this difference by making arrogant proclamations about how synthetic vitamin C has superior absorption over natural vitamin C. Of course, there could be no differing absorption rate if the two substances were actually identical, as they claim. They still cannot reproduce true vitamin C, awhile being unable to detect any differences chemically. It condemns the science as little more than a game of charades. Whenever the chemical industry boasts that it has created an identical copy of a God-given nutrient, then we can safely assume that it has differences, even when those differences cannot be detected in a laboratory.

Copper Peptides Have Long-Term Side Effects

The following side effects of copper peptides demonstrate that they are damaging to the skin and liver.

  • Sagging skin
  • Sunken eyes
  • Green stained skin
  • Loss of elasticity in the skin

Some copper product sellers market that their synthetic copper peptides are identical to the natural copper compounds that a human body produces. The evidence of side-effects clearly shows otherwise; but even if it were true, then it would still not necessarily be a good thing. The real benefit of copper may actually be in the biological transformation processes, wherein a body binds copper with other substances. There may be no benefit in the finished copper compounds that they are trying to emulate. These may simply be another bodily waste product, and yet they are using it like a supplement, despite having absolutely no understanding of it. This sort of "science" reflects the typical stupidity and dishonesty that we have seen from the chemical community in its constant attempts to out-engineer God. The long-term results of copper peptide use is yet another example of their failure.

The greatest irony of the copper peptide products is that they yield exactly the opposite effect of what a good copper product should achieve. For example, the products are known to temporarily increase the elasticity of the skin, which is initially favorable; but a projected side-effect of copper peptide exposure is an eventual decrease in skin elasticity that is worse than the original problem. Sellers often claim that copper peptides reduce scars, but scarring is even more apparent on skin that is damaged and sagging. Since we know that true nutrients do not harm the human body (or skin) in any way, it is obvious that the ingredients of these products in no way resemble real nutrients, including organic copper compounds.

In a manner that is typical of the chemical and cosmetic industries, the potential risks of copper peptides are being suppressed by the manufacturers. Companies which produce copper peptides are becoming notorious for only permitting glowing commentary about their products on their websites and forums. As a result, those who have had their skin permanently damaged by such products are congregating elsewhere for discussions. The victims of this sham often describe their skin damage as being like that from malpracticed laser surgeries.

The primary reason why we use colloidal copper in our product is because there is no safer way to extract copper than through electrolysis. There are plenty of chemical methods for producing copper solutions that are cheaper, but they are unsafe, and they yield harmful chemical impurities. It is incredible that the copper peptide manufacturers are marketing their products on the basis of having impurities, of which they have not studied for adverse effects; so many people are learning the truth the hard way. It is tragic that the majority of people who search for copper-based skin products are attempting to find natural solutions, but are tricked into paying the same chemical industry that caused their health problems.

Conditions and Treatments

The lotion helps with joint pain and joint injuries. It promotes the rapid healing of extremely damaged skin and tendons. We are not allowed to make specific public comments about its true effectiveness in treating a variety of skin and joint diseases, such as psoriasis; due to F.D.A. censorship restrictions. It is illegal for us to make any "unapproved claims" that threaten the cozy pharmaceutical cartel manufacturing steroids and other medical treatments. For example, we could not tell you if our lotion helps with arthritis, if it in fact does actually help with arthritis, any more than we could make other unapproved claims involving skin diseases, such as psoriasis. You must discover these things for yourself, or learn about the facts from others. We really wish that there was freedom of speech in the health market, and that we could legally tell you the whole truth about our lotion. We invite you to do your own research about the many benefits of transdermal copper, and contact us if you need help finding credible scientific information (like studies from the National Institutes of Health). You are allowed to make whatever comments you wish to about our lotion, because you neither sell it nor manufacture it. So, please feel free to talk about it!

What Not To Expect

Virtually all commercial hand lotions are full of toxic chemical additives or oils that smother the skin. Therefore, most lotions actually damage skin in the long term. Many of the chemicals in other lotion products are known to accumulate inside the body. They usually accumulate inside the liver, and they are difficult to eliminate. Most commercial lotions merely mask skin dryness by covering the skin in an oily layer of petroleum-based chemicals, which eventually makes skin health (and overall health) worse. Some lotions even contain plasticizing agents, which are toxic epoxy compounds. Even in the case of lotions which only use natural oils, such as Shea butter, the skin is still being smothered in oils, and nothing is actually being done to remedy the underlying problems. Most lotions sold in retail locations are designed by the chemical industry to be good for perpetual business, by being bad for our health, and they are made intentionally toxic enough for a long shelf life.

Keep All Copper Solutions Out of Your Mouth and Away From Children

The Health Wyze Colloidal Copper Lotion is for external use only, and it should be kept away from children who might put it into their mouths.

Additionally, we discourage people from internally consuming copper supplements. Copper quickly becomes toxic whenever more of it is orally consumed than is needed, and it is reported to cause severe organ damage; especially to the kidneys and liver. This is doubly true for solutions such as ours, which are not purely colloidal, but which contain larger copper particles. With a healthy diet (especially an organic one), a person should already have plenty of dietary copper. The dangerously irresponsible industry of copper dietary supplements is one of many which we hope to someday drive from alternative medicine.


Common Questions and Facts


Does the copper absorb deeply into the body; potentially posing a health threat?

Copper can quickly become toxic with oral ingestion, because overdosing with it is so easy. Copper supplementation is unwise for this reason. It is like the situation with iron, wherein the metal is needed by the body, but too much is worse than too little. The copper overdose risk does not exist for transdermal (skin) absorption. Copper has an excellent safety history regarding people who have had skin exposure to it. The human body is well-equipped to manage the rate of skin absorption.

In other words, the lotion is safe so long as it is used externally. Please keep it away from children, who might put it into their mouths.

Can this be used safely as a general face cream even if there are no skin problems?

Absolutely. This was never its intended purpose, but there is no reason why it should not be used in this way. Simply use it in small amounts, and as with most products, keep it away from the eyes. For optimal facial results, we recommend using our lotion on a rotating schedule with organic apple cider vinegar facials or oatmeal masks containing bentonite clay.

I found some tiny white specks in the lotion that were gritty. What are those?

These are particles of chalk that did not fully combine with the gelling agent. They are totally harmless, and provide a slight exfoliating effect. They will flake off of the skin when the lotion dries. Most batches will not contain these particles. However, the particles generally dissolve within a week in batches that do.

Isn't copper hydroxide corrosive and dangerous?

The copper hydroxide produced by Health Wyze Media is made from only water, a small amount of baking soda, and copper, which is later pH-balanced by the addition of other ingredients. Industrial copper hydroxide from the chemical industry is corrosive because it has an alkaline pH. Our copper hydroxide is formulated to have a pH that closely approximates that of healthy human skin (i.e. slightly acidic). Furthermore, our copper hydroxide does not contain the dangerous impurities that chemically produced copper hydroxide does. Technically, no chemistry is involved in our formula. We use electricity, not chemicals.

My child ate the copper lotion! What should I do?

Don't panic. You should take action quickly and prudently, but time is on your side.

If caught early, perform a stomach pump (induce vomiting), and give double doses of selenium supplements several times a day for several days. We also recommend giving the child a cilantro supplement once a day for a week (100mg. per 50 lbs. of body weight). This will help to chelate metals out of the body, especially when combined with a neutralizing agent such as selenium.

If not caught early, or if there are signs of liver toxicity (e.g. yellowing of skin or eyes), then follow the previous instructions, and seek medical help for implementing emergency chelation therapy. You may have to insist on chelation therapy, because chelation is the only thing that will undo an overdose of a metal that has reached the organs. Chelation is safe and effective. Do not take "no" for an answer, and visit another hospital if necessary. If your doctor seems ignorant, then ask him to reference EDTA therapy in his medical literature. Be sure you take this information (a print out of this) with you, in case you forget.

Can I move it to a different container?

You may, but it is not recommended. Chemicals such as BPA, that leach out of plastics, can cause the formula to rapidly break down into a runny, watery solution. The same thing can happen whenever the lotion is exposed to oxygen. The resultant watery solution will still be effective, but you are forewarned about the risk of it becoming runny. The lotion's gelling agent is not as stable as the chemical industry's counterparts, because our lotion is made entirely of all-natural ingredients.

I have developed a metallic taste in my mouth. Should I be concerned?

Yes. This is always a bad sign. It typically means that your body has an overload of metals in it, but not necessarily copper. For example, your body may have an excess of iron, combined with aluminum and mercury. In such a scenario, a little extra copper in your body might be enough to overwhelm it in terms of overall metal overload. If you taste metal in your mouth, then you should immediately decrease your usage of our lotion, and use a little common sense as your first step. A good second step would be developing a plan for removing the excess metals from your body. A metallic taste could also indicate that you have a selenium deficiency or hypothyroidism. A selenium deficiency will amplify the effects of all metals. Tasting metal can also be an indication of arsenic poisoning, but this is very unlikely for most people. Reference our article about cleansing to learn more about removing heavy metals from the body.

Storage and Shelf Life

For maximum shelf life, occasionally rotate or shake the bottle. Do not unscrew the pump from the bottle, because exposure to oxygen can cause the gelling agent to break-down rapidly. The thickening agent usually has a shelf life of 4-5 months, so we recommend only ordering an amount that you expect to use in four months.

I spilled the lotion on something, and it became hard and impossible to remove after it dried.

In the case of clothing, laundering is usually enough to remove it. On other surfaces, the pH must be changed to neutralize the gelling agent. We recommend removing it from furniture by covering the spill with a layer of baking soda, and then covering that with a damp rag or sponge. The lotion will easily wipe off between 5 and 10 minutes later. You can also use vinegar on a rag or sponge, but baking soda usually gives the fastest results.

May I resell the lotion from home, my retail store, etcetera?

Yes, but you must either ship it inside the original bottle with the original label, or place an easily readable notice on the new container stating, "Based on the formula from The Health Wyze Report". Proper attribution is required regardless of whether the lotion is altered. If you intend to resell the lotion in large quantities, then it would be wise to contact us about a partnership arrangement.

Our lotion is licensed to individual customers, instead of sold. The purpose of licensing is to enforce the aforementioned attribution. Our licensing terms permit buyers to use and share the purchased lotions, at will, amongst friends and other associates. Therefore, purchased lotions may more-or-less be considered as the buyer's property. Restrictions are in place only for resellers.

How much do I get per container?

There is roughly 8 fluid ounces of copper lotion inside each bottle. Each bottle is approximately 8" tall, and 3" wide (diameter). A bottle of lotion should last the average person about two months when used daily.

Why do I experience some mild itching between 3 and 6 hours after usage?

This can happen due to the following three reasons.

  1. The lotion's normal exfoliating effect leaves a tiny layer of loose skin cells.
  2. An excessive amount of lotion is used that leaves an invisible layer of chalk and guar gum on the skin's surface.
  3. You have highly sensitive skin.

None of these are serious issues, and all of them are easily remedied in the overwhelming majority of cases. Having unusually sensitive skin may have been a factor in purchasing the lotion, and sensitivity issues usually decrease with continued use, which should indicate that the lotion is healing the damaged skin as intended.

If there is mild itching due to a residual layer of guar gum and chalk, then wash the hands with plain water when itching is experienced. Both the guar gum and chalk will dissolve completely in plain water, and you may notice the hands feeling slippery at first. This is merely a product of the food-based proteins inside the guar gum. The other (active) ingredients will have long been absorbed into the skin and cannot be washed away.

Remember, less lotion is sometimes more.

 

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Comments (68)
  • Katrina Elizabeth Wendling

    does it smell metallic?

  • C. Thomas Corriher (Managing Editor)
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    Not at all. After applying it, if you were to vigorously suck in air whilst cupping your hands around your nose and mouth, then you could smell a sight scent that is like that of copper pipes. In other words, a great deal of effort is required to smell anything at all. With normal usage, nobody will be able to smell anything from the lotion.

    We have been considering adding a fragrance, so long as it is safe and natural. We welcome suggestions about that. When we created the lotion formula, our original principal was to keep is simple. If we ever include a scent, it will be clearly noted in the ingredients as a fragrant agent.

  • Alia

    When you say to keep it away from the eyes - I would like to use this on the under-eye area (wrinkles) - is this possible?

  • Andrea

    I bought this a few weeks ago and have been using it several times a week - the crepey skin on my hands and also my face and neck is slowly dissapearing and the skin is looking much younger and tighter. I would assume this has to do with the increase of collagen that is stimulated by the copper?

    I also have a small scar on my face caused by acne that has been fading since I have been using this product.

  • Doug Gray  - Absorption of copper.

    Would an individual with Wilsons Disease or one of the 1 in 100 who are carriers still be able to use this product?

  • Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher)
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    Wilson's Disease is not something that I have studied extensively. However, it would seem unwise to use our lotion in those people. If the tissues already contain too much copper, then adding more will be unlikely to help at all.

    You may want to look into the liver treatment options of our hepatitis article, though.

  • Chris  - BXO

    I'd like to use this for help with sports injuries. I play sports and have four very athletic kids who have soft tissue injuries from time to time. I'll let you know how it goes.

    I'm also curious if you have knowledge of BXO, which is a chronic inflammatory condition of the meatus, involving the continual creation of scar tissue and results in the opening welding itself shut (I'm attempting to be discreet.) There is no known medical cure, and the condition usually ends in pretty horrific surgeries. Everything I've read seems to point to it being caused by some irritation and continued by the auto-immune process. I'm suffering from this and am steadily trying to find a natural solution. My latest attempt involves, motivated in part by your site, alkalizing. But my curiosity was also sparked by your lotion. What do you think? Would it be safe for a condition/application like this? Do you have other recommendations for this condition? Any info would be helpful. I and many others with this condition are feeling a bit desperate.

  • Milissa Overshiner  - Fantastic!

    I recently purchased your lotion, and I must say I'm quite pleased that I have!

    Hot dang, no other product has been able to restore my hands from all the damage caused by industrial soaps. It's been so effective in other places also when other things have failed. I've recommended it to others, who notice a difference when given samples of the product.

    One thing I've noticed is a slight vinegary smell, but I don't find it to be quite so bad as some do. All in all, thanks again for coming up with this!!

  • Sai Kit
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    I cannot imagine what I just learned here. You guys can make your own lotion? That's not the hardest part.

    The hardest part is that you guys are so sure about not getting into any legal trouble that the authorities could create for you anytime.

    How do you make sure your wordings are safe from prosecution?

    And I take the first point back, concoct your own solution does sound very difficult. How do you get these information?

    Can you point us to the raw data of many of the finding you got in this website?

    I knew many of it must be true the first time I hear it, but I would like to know how you manage to dig them out.

    When presented truthfully, biology, chemical, and medicine aren't boring, the difference is amazing.

    If I haven't been refreshed by this website, I wouldn't have thought it wasn't me, but the liars who made information boring.

    In fact, we were intentionally dumbed down and distracted, so we get bored easily.

  • Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher)
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    Unfortunately, I can't even link to studies without placing myself at risk. However, if you research copper, and "collagen" and "elastin", you should find plenty of information.

    Most of our articles have sources linked throughout, but this one has to be an exception. We can't legally claim to cure or aid in any disease, but only in ailments that frequently occur (such as dry skin).

  • Monique Pegg  - Colloidal copper lotion

    Am I imagining it or what? After about 1 month of using the lotion, age spots are dissapearing from my hands, arms, face, legs and decolete.
    It seems miraculous.

  • Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher)
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    Thank you for the feedback. We hadn't considered that it would help with age spots, but I had noticed that a couple of flat moles that I used to have disappeared after using the lotion. I had assumed that it was a coincidence. So, that's really interesting.

    Be advised that we're not allowed to make claims, and even if we were allowed, we wouldn't consider this conclusive evidence. Nevertheless, it is interesting and we'll definitely be keeping watch for other reports. Thanks again.

  • Sammi  - questions

    I'm taking 2.5 mg. of copper everyday to regain my natural hair color. I heard it can do this, I'm tired of root touch ups. Is this a fallacy? Is that dosage something to wory about? If so, I'd like to try this cream, especially on my face.

  • Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher)
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    Taking copper internally is risky, and we recommend against it, because it's easy to take a toxic amount. Only very trace amounts are found in foods. Fortunately, there has never been a case of copper overdose from transdermal copper.

  • kandygirl

    I'm very interested in this lotion. I was about to buy a serum containing copper peptides but it's all expensive and even the ones that contain 'no parabens' I suspect still contain other not so kosher ingredients.

    I'm also curious to know whether it can eliminate spider veins?
    If you don't know, I can try them out and report you the results.

    I was initially going to buy DMSO (Dimethyl sulfoxide) because it penetrates deep into the skin and it can carry other drugs/substances across the membranes. (What it will carry depends on the molecular weight, shape, and electrochemistry of the molecules. ).

    But maybe that would be dangerous to use in combination with your copper colloidal lotion?

  • Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher)
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    We have not heard any reports of people using it for spider veins, so I'm completely unable to comment. Sorry that I can't be of more use. If you do decide to try the lotion, please let us know how it goes.

    We wouldn't recommend using DMSO in combination with the lotion, and honestly, it doesn't seem necessary. The lotion sinks in fairly quickly and does not leave an oily feeling like a lot of store-bought lotions.

  • Diana Hols

    I don't plan to mix the Colloidal Copper Lotion & DMSO, but can I use CCL on my face and use DMSO on a scar located near my rib cage?

  • Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher)
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    That should be fine. We cannot foresee any problems with that. Do be careful with DMSO, and make certain that the skin is surgically clean before you apply it. Soap residues (and almost anything else) can easily penetrate the skin when combined with DMSO.

  • kandygirl

    I have actually ordered the lotion, but so far not received a confirmation email.
    Could you check on that whether you received my order?

    thanks.

  • Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher)
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    Hey there;

    Thanks for ordering! We have received it, and you will get a customs number shortly.

    Take care.

  • Sue Harrison

    I've been using this lotion for a couple of weeks and my results are amazing. It has completely healed several small lesions that I've had for years (result of sun damage, I think) and has dramatically improved the overall texture of my skin wherever I have applied it. The skin on my face is becoming even in color, and I believe age spots are fading as well. I have 61 year old skin so your lotion is definitely getting a challenge here. After such a short period of use the difference in my skin is amazing.

    Thanks for this wonderful product; I have recommended it to my sisters and am acquiring a lifetime supply for myself!

  • Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher)
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    Thank you. We couldn't have asked for a better comment than that. We're really glad that you like the lotion. Let us know if you have any more experiences with it.

  • Linda Black

    I just received my lotion. Thank you! I'm excited about using it. My question is for my sister. She is only 50 years old and her skin is tissue thin. She has to wear gloves and long sleeves, but still damages her skin regularly. The doctors give her no explanations why her skin is so thin at her age. She has done some research on her own and did find where anti-depressants may cause skin to bruise. She does take these. Have you seen or heard of this lotion helping with this problem? Would you see any reason for it to be a problem for her to use since her skin is thin? Thanks for all the information here. I'm on a quest to get healthy! Thanks! Linda

  • Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher)
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    Hey Linda;

    If her skin is really thin, then you really need to find the cause of it. It is a symptom of a serious health problem, and if exposure to the causative chemical is still ongoing, the situation can only get worse. She would also benefit from reading our articles on depression and antidepressants. They are truly terrible drugs, and the topic of our next movie, 'Prescription For Manslaughter'.

    The first person to try our lotion had extremely thin, damaged skin due to exposure to dishwasher chemicals on a routine basis. The lotion did not hurt his skin, and in fact helped it to heal. Copper is one of the few substances that can thicken the skin.

  • Linda Black

    Thanks Sarah, I ordered the lotion for my sister, but I'm afraid getting her to let go of the anti-depressants will be a very hard battle. I've tried for years to get her to stop drinking Diet Cokes. She also takes medication for high blood pressure. I hope with all my heart the lotion will help her, but I totally understand getting to the root of the problem first. Thanks so much. Linda

  • C. Thomas Corriher (Managing Editor)
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    We bump into lots of hard-heads like your sister. It reminds me of the old adage about doing the same thing repeatedly, while getting the same result, but always expecting to get a different result as a sure sign of insanity. The world of "modern" medicine is entirely based on insanity. If it were truly scientific and evidence based, as they like to claim, then all current methods would have been scraped as quackery long ago. It is scientifically applied in a sense, because the real business agenda isn't really to get us healthy, which would eliminate business altogether. We get people who mock us as idiotic fools, but these same people are on diabetic medications, heart medications, about a half a dozen other pills, cannot hardly move, in constant suffering, spending thousands on "medicine" every year with no improvements whatsoever, and look about 20 years older than they should -- but they are nevertheless qualified to lecture us about health -- and I'm talking doctors too. We're the opposite: we all look 10 years younger than we are expected to look, our only expense is supplements, and we are as healthy as race horses; which of course, makes US the fools. It's really incredible. Understanding the people who obediently return to modern "medicine" repeatedly, when they know of alternatives, requires a study of pathological psychology and brain washing to understand.

  • Linda Black

    I agree Thomas. My sister is a very sweet, caring person and my only sibling. Since both our parents are gone, she is so important to me and I don't plan on giving up on her. The trouble is there is so much I don't know. I just found your website and it's kinda blown me away. I've struggled with gaining and losing weight most of my life and never read anything like I've read here. Since I've found you, I'm taking the flax seed oil, selenium, coconut oil and a few other things. I now have sea salt and natural deodorant. This is a lot of information here and I was wondering if there is a place that basically tells what each of you do as far as supplements go. I want to do as much as I can as quick as I can and it's a little mind boggling for me at the moment. One question I do have is about the flax seed oil - is it ok to get the organic oil in the bottle if it's cold pressed and refrigerated at the time of purchase. Thanks for all the info and showing us the right directions. Linda

  • Daniel  - question regarding usage

    Hey guys,

    Just received my bottle of lotion a couple of days ago and have begun to apply it to the mild Psoriasis on my knees. The dead skin there is pretty thick, should I do a heavy exfoliation, i.e. emery board. I started using the product right away but it doesn't seem to be penetrating the dead skin very well. Also how often should I be applying?

    On a side note and a plus side, I have had a problem with my knees for quite some time. During flare ups both knees are quite painful, and for the past three years I have had a marble size lump on my right knee that would swell to walnut size during flare ups. I have been using the lotion for 3 days now and the lump is gone! The steroids my doctor prescribed didn't do that after a month of use, and I was told it is scar tissue that would always be there. Also, I have been applying more lotion to the knee that used to have the lump, as the Psoriasis is worse there, and not only was there no lump, but the pain was almost non-existent. I'm impressed, thank you so much.

  • Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher)
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    That's great news about the lump on your knee, thanks for the feedback. In regards to the dead skin, you would probably benefit from taking some niacin. Niacin can create some bizarre effects, so be sure and read the article before using it. After using it for a while, you'll notice the dead skin peeling off at incredible rates when rubbed in the shower.

    There is no "dosage" for the lotion, but the skin tends to have a saturation threshold, so using it more than three times a day probably won't yield any results. Skin and joint issues can take years to develop, so the healing process could take days, weeks, or even months, depending on your particular case.

    The supplements that are recommended in our joint pain article may help you, too. MSM in particular can help you repair damaged cartilage, which the medical establishment claims is impossible.


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