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Question Use activated MMS to clean skin before applying DMSO?

27 Jun 2013 03:28 #34106 by larrymagee
I've been cleaning my skin with rubbing alcohol & a cotton ball before applying DMSO. The rubbing alcohol is drying out my skin. Would it be okay to replace the rubbing alcohol with activated MMS spray? I'm thinking it would kill all the bacteria, etc. on my skin as well as rubbing alcohol. ???

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27 Jun 2013 13:32 #34122 by pam
Sure, it will be fine.

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27 Jun 2013 22:18 #34147 by Heatonmichelle
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Yes and it's probably a better idea than the rubbing alcohol anyways. If your skin get irritated or dried out from the topicals you can use moringa oil or olive oil to soothe it :)
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10 Jan 2014 20:59 #38538 by Still Learning
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:ohmy:

From what I've researched, dry skin's the least of your worries about using alcohol and dmso together!!! Bear in mind that dmso is a carrier of anything that's on the skin; and, that alcohol (of any sort) is toxic, esp. to the liver. The liver is essential for processing dead toxins out of the body (as are the kidneys; but, BOTH are important.) Folks using rubbing alcohol as a pre-cleaner (or nothing at all) is part of what's given dmso a bad reputation. It's NOT that dmso's dangerous - only that the person using it hasn't done their "due diligence" in the do's and dont's of using it. (Nothing personal, you're doing the right thing in asking; and, folks have just sort of been "trained" to "just open a bottle and use it" - whatever that 'it' is... Bear in mind that a lot of other folks will probably wind up reading this post, as well; so, I wanted to be sure to get my point across. ;) )

I always use either calcium hypochlorite (MMS2) spray (1 tsp. to 8 oz distilled water, kept sealed between uses), activated MMS1, or MMS1 spray to clean the skin before using dmso.
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10 Jan 2014 23:35 #38544 by larrymagee
thanks, Still Learning.

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11 Jan 2014 02:24 #38553 by arabesc
Never use rubbing alcohol on the skin, if you need to disinfect you can also use "everclear" highest proof
or whatever is the highest percent clear alcohol in your country

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04 Jan 2018 05:35 - 04 Jan 2018 05:36 #57165 by Redpill

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23 Feb 2018 13:56 - 23 Feb 2018 13:57 #57679 by Ram Grass

Still Learning wrote: :ohmy: I always use either calcium hypochlorite (MMS2) spray (1 tsp. to 8 oz distilled water, kept sealed between uses), activated MMS1, or MMS1 spray to clean the skin before using dmso.


I thought mixing mms2 and dmso is a huge no no.




arabesc wrote: Never use rubbing alcohol on the skin, if you need to disinfect you can also use "everclear" highest proof
or whatever is the highest percent clear alcohol in your country


What's wrong w rubbing alcohol?

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23 Feb 2018 20:53 - 23 Feb 2018 20:54 #57687 by CLO2
Only recently did Jim say MMS2 and DMSO can't be mixed together.

If any rubbing alcohol remains on your skin, DMSO will carry it in.

I would probably use distilled water or CDS as the last "cleaner" before applying DMSO.

2 ml of 3000 ppm original CDS equals a 1 drop MMS1 dose in a normal stomach
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