Good evening. That I explain with the Ruffini method, using sodium hypochlorite to 12% over the folliculitis decalvans. The Sodium Hypochlorite is in my opinion the best molecule to solve the problems of folliculitis decalvans. Applied Sodium Hypochlorite to 12% and let stand for 60 seconds then rinse. Repeat every 3 days for a totalRead More Folliculitis decalvans
Good evening. I explain that with the Ruffini method, using Sodium Hypochlorite to 7% over the Candida. With a syringe without a needle inserted with a good push Sodium Hypochlorite to 7%, hold for a minute and then rinse with a syringe full of water. Externally do a wash with Sodium Hypochlorite to 7%.
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Good evening. I explain that with the Ruffini method, using sodium hypochlorite to 6% or 7% over the Mouth Ulcer Intertrigo. The Sodium Hypochlorite is in my opinion the best molecule to solve the problems of Intertrigo. Applied Sodium Hypochlorite to 6% or 7% and let stand for 60 seconds then rinse. Repeat every 2Read More Intertrigo
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If your baby has scaly, yellowish patches on his head that look like dandruff, it’s most likely cradle cap. Cradle cap or infantile seborrhoeic dermatitis is extremely common. It usually appears on the scalp, but may also show up on your baby’s face, eyebrows, behind the ears, or on the back or upper chest. TheRead More Cradle Cap | When to Worry | Parents