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March 10, 2010
birdie
Men's 60
683 posts
wintercrest
Hello, I first starting using winter crest about 2 years ago. I have gone through 1 big jar and recently purchased another at the eastern regional in Raleigh N.C. I use it mainly on my shoulders and now every time that I use it on my shoulders I have developed a rash. Anybody else out there with the same problem? I can apply it to the thighs and other parts of the body and no rash. Any thoughts? Thanks Harry
March 10, 2010
Gary33
143 posts
Harry, I just started selling Wintercrest I'll try ro get you a answer. Gary
March 10, 2010
Gary33
143 posts
Harry, Here's what's happening. There are some toxins that are built up under the skin and the Wintercrest is drawing them out.This is causing what looks like a rash and it's causing itching. Give it some time and start using Wintercrest again. If you have any further questions you can e-mail me at zeppelin33@sbcglobal.net
I have Wintercrest available for sale just give me a call. Gary
March 11, 2010
Dbax
Men's 60
1280 posts
Well why wasn't it drawing these "toxins" out for the first two years????
March 11, 2010
birdie
Men's 60
683 posts
Gary, Thanks for the advice. I will try to practice better hygiene so I can get rid of the toxins. I will give it a rest for awhile and see what happens later on. I will e-mail you with any other questions Thanks Harry
March 11, 2010
Gary33
143 posts
Harry and Dbax, Toxins are a part of every day life unfortunately. They can come thru diet or many other ways. The toxins were probably not present the first two years. Hygiene is not the reason for this rash. Wintercrest is helping pull it out of the body, so it can heal. Hope I've been of help. Gary
March 13, 2010
diehard
Men's 55
245 posts
Hey Harry,

Maybe you get those toxins shoveling snow. It hasn't snowed in the past like it did this year, no toxins in the past couple of years. Alot of snow this year, and you've got toxins. May be just a coincidence, but it could be from all of that shoveling. You never know.
March 13, 2010
birdie
Men's 60
683 posts
Greg, It had to be from all the snow. I dodged my fair share of shoveling.Are you going to the Hall Of Fame dinner on the 27th? I am going. Good to see Hubbe getting inducted. Maybe I will see you there. Thanks Harry
March 13, 2010
diehard
Men's 55
245 posts
Harry,

Yes I am going to the HOF Dinner. I will see you there!

Greg
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