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Day seven using garlic to remove xanthelasma...
 
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Day seven using garlic to remove xanthelasma...


Okay... it's day seven and for-sure, the xanthelasma has been burned-off with raw garlic! It truly worked... though a level-headed approach might include waiting a year before boasting that they've not returned! My only point is that, in truth, I missed a bit, and will now go about treating the missed bits with raw garlic, too. I'm planning to try painting onto the xanthelasma with a mix of crushed raw garlic and egg-white. The egg albumen idea is just to hold it together so's I can be more exact with where I apply the garlic! Me very happy to have discovered this easy method, to be sure!
 

 
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