Ailment: Perioral dermatitis
Remedy: Fluoride removal
Fluoride removal. How to safely reduce fluoride levels in the body. How to avoid fluorides in food, water and the environment.
Comment posted by Andrea of Burlington, Ontario, Canada on 7 May 2015 at 23:46 3448
I have went through rashes, tiny bumps around my mouth, nose and chin (perioral dermatitis) and a split in the side of my mouth (angular cheilitis). I couldn't figure out the cause and tried everything to get rid of it. I have stopped using all flouride products......no toothpaste, no gum and shockingly no pickles. This in itself has made it almost completely go away. Buttttt if I have an outbreak I actually use Listerine....Listerine Zero mint flavour to be specific. I dab the areas with a qtip, feels warm, doesn't burn...gets rid of it almost instantly....if not within a day. Works way better than tea tree oil and it doesn't dry your skin out like tto does. I chewed gum yesterday morning....bumps on each side of my mouth almost immediately....there was flouride in it....I had a date last night and was freaking out.....I put the listerine on it throughout the day and although a little redness remained, that was easy to cover up....no bumps. I also only use the green blistex or coconut oil on my lips...as I find the others make my face break out.