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Candida rash
February 28, 2011
5:57 pm
Forum Posts: 357
Member Since:
March 23, 2010

Hi Cynthia,

If the rash is yeast related, a cleansing reaction or both, topical treatments such as the ones you've tried may not offer much relief.  At this point, since you said the rash has become severe, I'd suggest discontinuing the CleanseSmart.  You may have better luck taking a break for a few days at least and then when you're ready, starting the CandiGone next. 

Grapefruit seed extract is very helpful for yeast and it is also an ingredient in the CandiGone cleanse.  Along with the cleanse, taking a high potency probiotic is wise because probiotic bacteria crowd out yeast and keep their populations at a minimum.  Another good idea is documenting your dietary choices and taking a look at the general Candida diet recommendations to see if you can make any changes to your diet that would also help.

Thanks for your interest in our products and good luck!

February 27, 2011
12:58 am

Thank you.. Will do. The rash has become quite severe. Topically I've tried tea tree oil, aloe, coconut oil and calendula. Nothing really works - salt baths help a little. it comes and goes but overall remains severe, sometimes terribly uncomfortable. It is at the point of interfering with my work.  Is there anything I can do to alleviate this while completing the cleanse?  I am taking a strong probiotic. Grapefruit seed extract was also suggested to me.. I'd appreciate any guidance.. thank you, Cynthia

February 25, 2011
2:33 pm
Forum Posts: 6
Member Since:
October 28, 2009

Hi Cynthia,

 It's best to finish the Cleanse Smart, and then move on to CandiGone. 

 Thanks for your interest in our products.

February 22, 2011
10:58 pm

Hi.. I am half way through the 30 day Cleanse Smart and I've been dealing with a rash on my chest that I am sure is yeast related. Should I be taking a Candida product as well, or will that just increase the die off?    thank you..   Cynthia

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