Skin dryness

Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Triumph Over Stubborn Skin Issues: A Treatment Approach Addressing Psychological and Physiological Factors

Madam C felt particularly agitated after her first acupuncture session, constantly complaining and even considering giving up treatment. She had a dream where an angry village chief reproached her, saying, “We’ve been living peacefully here, and yet you continuously use arrows to drive away and kill our villagers. If you don’t stop, we’ll make your […]

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Keratodermia tylodes palmaris progressiva, hadn Eczema cured by Chinese medicine supplements

The Incurability of ‘Rich and Noble Hands’ Explained

The condition known as “rich and noble hands,” also referred to as “Keratodermia tylodes palmaris progressiva, KTPP” or commonly known as “housewife eczema,” is it difficult to treat? It is generally believed that performing household chores and coming into contact with various detergents can cause dryness, roughness, and desquamation of the skin. This leads to

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The Homodesty.com testimonial of treating baby's face eczema by Chinese herbs

The Most Difficult Eczema to Treat, and I Encountered It

One day, a young couple brought their six-month-old baby to see me. When I took a glance at the baby, I was shocked. Oh my, this eczema has tortured the baby to the point where the skin is severely damaged, especially on the face. Can I really help? The mother tearfully told me that the

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Testimonial for hand eczema, dermatitis or Keratodermia tylodes palmaris progressiva. Homodesty consultation success story, photos shown before and after herbal treatment.

The Incurability of ‘Rich and Noble Hands’ Explained

The condition known as “rich and noble hands,” also referred to as “Keratodermia tylodes palmaris progressiva, KTPP” or commonly known as “housewife eczema,” is it difficult to treat? It is generally believed that performing household chores and coming into contact with various detergents can cause dryness, roughness, and desquamation of the skin. This leads to

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