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I've lived with LS for over a decade and have tried everything short of surgery , nothing has helped except clobetasol, the problem is that the LS has spread and I have to use more. I'm not sure if the clobetasol has caused it but I have become allergic to almost everything from soap to toilet paper. I have tried so many soap and cleansers just to have an awful breakout. Years ago my eye Dr. Told me to wash my eyes with Johnson's baby shampoo to help with dryness and allergies, it really helped. So I thought if it doesn't hurt your eyes many I would be able to use it as a feminine wash. I tried it and wasn't allergic! I felt better being able to use something besides water. I have been using it for 2-3 months and it is not only a good wash but it is clearing the LS. I wash with Johnson's baby shampoo every day , most days I don't even have to use clobetasol now. I only use it if I itch after I have washed. I also use coconut oil for dryness. Seriously some places have completely cleared up! I don't usually make comments but it has helped me so much I thought many it would help others. It is a very cheap experiment, if it doesn't help you're not out much.
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Wow that's interesting! I'm off to buy some baby shampoo! Thank you x
Thanks for sharing Wajoncarr. I have often used the all-in-one baby wash on my bits, but have recently developed LS. Wonder what ingredients are helping in the shampoo? By having a forum like this it's so helpful to share info and tips x
Thanks for info. I usually soak in borax that has really brought back pink color.
Thank you! I will try it! Borax has really helped me, along with essential lavender, emu and coconut oil. I love all the ladies giving advice that doctors never seem to give.I don't know why doctors only talk about Clob all the time when there are other things that help too.
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