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Judyin Philly

Want To Stop Itching?

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HI

I've learned so much from the forum and now I'll share a product you all have talked about.

I was itching so badly and have seen so many posts about this and esp today with the Dove soap thread.

I just know this product has WORKED LIKE A MIRACLE FOR ME.

I got the body lotion, shampoo and conditioner and stopped itching right away.

I got the small bottles to sample to see if it worked and then went back and ordered the large bottles.

The nice thing is you order on line and all shipping costs are $3.99 no matter how much you order.

It comes within 2-3 days of getting your order. I think i ordered it at 11:00 pm on a Tuesday nite and had it on Thurs or Fri that same week.

I know there have been other posts re: this product on line so if you want to do a 'search' using the name I'm sure you'll find alot of other people who have good things to say.

Last time they threw in a free bar of soap to try.

Love this company.

I hope it works for you! I also hope this is the correct web site. I'm afraid to minimize this to ck and risk losing it. Do a PM to me at judy@jl-studio.com and i'll send it to you if this doesn't work.

www.gfsoap.com


Judy in Southern CA

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Judy-

glad to hear their products were such a godsend to you!!


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Jen

Indianapolis, IN

gluten-free since Feb 2005

dairy-free

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Judy-

glad to hear their products were such a godsend to you!!

Jen

Can't remember if you said you'd tried them.

I sent you a note re- my test #'s but not sure where they went:) :)

Judy


Judy in Southern CA

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when did you send it?


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Jen

Indianapolis, IN

gluten-free since Feb 2005

dairy-free

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when did you send it?

about 1/2 hr ago.

It was a cut and paste from the post re: test results

My test results on on that thread.

I also sent one to the gal who you just wrote to re: colon test and prep and don't know where it went either.

Hope you had a great Turkey day.

Judy


Judy in Southern CA

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Hello , i have d.h. and I break out is sores and the itching is terriable. none of the over counter creams work have wasted lots of money on these products. would like any suggestions to help control the itch. this has become a cycle for me break out itch break open sores and repeat. help please did take dapsone but i was sick all the time. thank you

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Hello , i have d.h. and I break out is sores and the itching is terriable. none of the over counter creams work have wasted lots of money on these products. would like any suggestions to help control the itch. this has become a cycle for me break out itch break open sores and repeat. help please did take dapsone but i was sick all the time. thank you

Welcome to the board. Are you being strict with the gluten free diet and avoiding iodine? While DH doesn't need iodine to flare iodine will keep the antibodies in the skin and increase the intensitiy of a gluten reaction.

Go with as much whole food as you can and be really strict with food, preperation and toiletries and the DH will go away but it does take time.


Courage does not always roar, sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying

"I will try again tommorrow" (Mary Anne Radmacher)

Diagnosed by Allergist with elimination diet and diagnosis confirmed by GI in 2002

Misdiagnoses for 15 years were IBS-D, ataxia, migraines, anxiety, depression, fibromyalgia, parathesias, arthritis, livedo reticularis, hairloss, premature menopause, osteoporosis, kidney damage, diverticulosis, prediabetes and ulcers, dermatitis herpeformis

All bold resoved or went into remission in time with proper diagnosis of Celiac November 2002

 Gene Test Aug 2007

HLA-DQB1 Molecular analysis, Allele 1 0303

HLA-DQB1 Molecular analysis, Allele 2 0303

Serologic equivalent: HLA-DQ 3,3 (Subtype 9,9)

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Hello , i have d.h. and I break out is sores and the itching is terriable. none of the over counter creams work have wasted lots of money on these products. would like any suggestions to help control the itch. this has become a cycle for me break out itch break open sores and repeat. help please did take dapsone but i was sick all the time. thank you

I've head to toe itching from June this year. I messed around with mistakes, tempations and after month or so of grief I got serious about going gluten-free. I started healing but I would still be itching all day/night.

NOTE: This is extreme and certainly not necessary for most forum members.

But CindyLouWho26 you might like to hear what is finally working for me:

FOOD:

I have had to get super super strict with my diet. 90% or more is meat, veg, fruit. I eat rice or rice noodles some days. There is one gluten-free brand of cereal (and only rice or corn flakes, rice pasta. Any of the ones containing too many ingredients is a problem) that I can tolerate.

This has allowed me a lot of freedom to experiment. Added raisins one day and spent 24 hours itching like crazy. Baked gluten-free cupcakes and only ate a little bit and itched. I have been able to add a tiny little bit of gluten-free soysauce. And yesterday I tried a gluten-free satay/peanut sauce that I didn't react to. Yey! finally something with flavour and no crazy additives.

HOUSEHOLD CLEANING:

I wear gloves to do the dishes and clean the house. I found any detergents irritated lumps and bumps on my wrist/hands.

Double check your laundry detergent. I use liquid as the powdered ones gave me trouble for years.

BATHROOM:

I have been washing myself (hair included) with bicarb soda. I hadn't had much luck finding safe products that were affordable (I'm in Australia). I did this reluctantly and doubtfully but figured it was worth having a go! Ive been doing this for about four weeks and my skin is so good now!! I won't be rushing out to replace that bicarb soda ;)

I'm going to try something natural(such as avocado, for conditioner).

I've avoided makeup for years ((I now know why :blink: ))

I'm still use a nasty ingredient deoderant but only if I need it and hope to replace that with something natural.

In the last four weeks I have had a *massive* improvement in my itching. I had a rough night last night after too much seafood but all day today is probably the most itch-free day I've had since all this started. And I am saving a LOT of money.

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