Surely, I can’t be the only one who is experiencing these forms of skin irritation. Especially not the only one struggling with unsightly itchy skin outbreaks making me miserable and longing to scratch?
Long-term side effects are something I have learned to deal with. Doctors would shrug off symptoms, and tell me "only X amount of patients get ...(whatever I was complaining about).
Then, when I ventured online I found I was not alone; others have the same skin problems. Some official American health websites seemed more honest about the problems.
(This is one of the best sites I found: https://aftercancers.com/american-websites/)
So, when I had my latest outbreak I was delighted when I came across a true skincare ‘hero’ in the form of a multi-purpose natural moisturising and soothing cream or balm.
Hero was designed as a luxury part of everyday skincare, and I found it really helped to sooth away the itching and get rid of the flaky patches and flare-ups. The Hero Balm should come in a gold-plated container; instead of a simple black jar - and boy, does it pack a punch!
So when I noticed a large 'Age spot' appearing on my arm, I thought I would give the Hero Balm a try. I didn't expect anything to happen, especially as my doctor had said this had come up due to age.
BUT look at the photo of both arms today and you can see that both the itchy marks AND the Age spot have completely disappeared. I might have been lucky - but I shall use the Hero Balm the moment the next spot dares to appear!
Now, looking at my fingers I can see I don't have any finger-prints due to drug side effects (that could be useful!) so I think I will leave them alone, but I still have to be careful not to get cracked skin on my feet, and often have outbreaks of spots, scaly skin and rashes all over my body, so I may trial the Hero Balm on these areas and see if the effect is as apparent.
What works for one person might not work for another; I am certainly not a Dermatologist so what worked for me might not work for others. But, I've still got half a jar of Hero Balm left (it goes a long way) so bring on the next outbreak - I've got my Hero to come to the rescue!