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Eczema/Rash from the 30 day cleanse
February 25, 2013
1:53 pm
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Thanks for letting us know how you're doing.

It sounds like you're heading in the right direction. Cleansing is so unique for each person. As excited as we can be to get on with it, our bodies many times seem to respond better to slow, small steps. Keep up the good work. Now you have a barometer (your skin) that can help you.

Please consider joining Brenda Watson's Community where you post your questions on "Ask Brenda" and also search years of other people's posts. It's free and I think you might enjoy it, perhaps learn a bit more about skin issues.

February 22, 2013
12:07 am
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I'm not sure exactly which, the bottles just say CleanseSMART and it was a 30 day cleanse. 

I had regular bowel movements from 2-3 daily and was trying to drink plenty of water. 

 

The eczema spread all over my body and I have since stopped and it seems to be receding a bit.  Maybe I just need to slowly cleanse the toxins in small amounts spread out over time.  

 

I appreciate you prompt reply!

February 19, 2013
12:07 pm
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You didn't mention which cleanse you're doing. CleanseSmart? 

One question would be, are you moving your bowels at least twice daily? The skin is a very large organ of elimination and may respond when toxins are not being efficiently eliminated elsewhere.

Also, are you getting enough fiber? Fiber sops up toxins.

Everyone's body can respond differently to cleansing. Typical responses might be a mild headache, fatigue, or slight flu-like symptoms, sometimes skin eruptions. They shouldn't be so intense that you can't go about your daily routine. Reading these tips will be helpful for you - http://www.renewlife.com/learning-center/digestive-care-articles/cleansing-and-detoxification/cleansing-guide-for-first-timers

We would suggest that you stop the cleanse and see what happens with your symptoms. If they subside, then you might begin again at half strength. 

February 19, 2013
1:51 am
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I am about half way through the cleanse and about 7 days ago, I noticed what I thought was a rash appear on one of my hands.  It originally appeared as a mildly irritating couple of bumps which I originally attributed to mosquitoes.  As the week progressed I noticed several other places where these bumps were occurring and by this time the top of my had had erupted into what appears to be eczema.  I now have a large patch on the inside of both my thighs, along both my arms, my neck and chest.  Some sites say it's normal others don't.  I am curious if it is best to continue the cleanse in hopes that it is the detoxification process causing this or if I should quit as this is not common? 

 

I appreciate any help, Thanks

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