Monday, August 20, 2012

Shasta from New York suffers from Cutaneous Mucinosis (DAMP HEAT on skin)

This problem of Cutaneous Mucinosis is usually found on Shar-Peis due to their multiple folds on the skin. It is usually a cosmetic problem, but can also have a smell to the skin. We see this as a Damp Heat problem and recommend these products:

Stop Damp Itch Tincture - Topical Liquid

Damp Heat Settling Into The Skin
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