I have also learned that applying liquid stevia directly to the irritation will help to dry it out. I travel with liquid stevia and occasionally mix it with silver before applying it.
The following information is from Organic Facts: "Some health benefits of stevia include diabetes management, weight loss, and skincare; as stevia is useful against conditions such as eczema and dermatitis. Topical application of it inhibits the spread of bacteria and acts as a steroid in these situations."
I thought I would share a couple of topical options I have had some success with. It doesn’t hurt to have more options than WPS and Kleen Green.
In fact, the two I am sharing have given relief when the WPS / Kleen Green combo haven’t. It bears mentioning that everyone is different.
These products may, or may not, work for you.
I typically add a couple of drops of lemon oil to my Tea Tree oil. Lemon oil is a little pricey, but will last a long time because you only use a couple of drops.
The Tea Tree oil is under $5.00 and available at the link below.
The sulfur cream is available on Amazon. It is between 6.00 and 7.00 dollars for a single container.
Both of these are small enough that you can keep them in your car, at your desk or when traveling. Occasionally I will get an outbreak that doesn’t respond
well to the WPS / Kleen Green combo. I will use the Tea Tree oil on the problematic area. After an hour or so, I will then coat the area with the sulfur cream.
You can reapply as needed
I hope you find this helpful.
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