Im 30, a male, and also have been getting randomly placed red bumps around my eye. They seem to gradually lesson as the day goes on, then each morning they are pronounced. Lately I have been drinking beer pretty much every single night, and smoking cigarettes as well. Does your husband partake in either of those activities regularly? It seems to me like the more I drink/smoke the worse the rash is the next morning. I was just wondering if you have a similar situation. Thanks
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My name is Kelly and about 1 mth ago I started getting little blisters around my eyes (herpes - shingles), I am right into alternative medicines try this: your body is lacking in Vitamin B, C, D, and sulfur. Eat more Spinach, apricots and alfalfa. Mix powdered pharum phos (a cell salt) with witch hazel and apply externally. The call salt may also be taken internally 1/2 teaspoon with water 3 times a day. Add Kelp to your diet to help elimiminate herpes take it daily one teaspoon, or eat seaweed soap. Good Luck and I hope this works for you Kelly :-) ***@****
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