I am new to this forum because I want to share some positive results that I am having with a cheap simple solution. I have had h&h for 42 out of my 58 years. Having read that calcium is not being distributed correctly when new skin meshes together, I decided to try topically applying calcium to my affected areas. I have some calcium/ magnesium supplements that I have ground up and added just a little water to make pasty. I figured that the worst that could happen would be no results a little white stain would not matter compared to any continual oozing. I put it on an area of my neck and the rash went away quickly. My armpits have always been especially painful rarely ever healing completely. They did not heal as rapidly as my neck but they did heal up!! Yeah. My groin area is an occassional problem that I am dealing with right now and the calcium paste has kept the flaring up to a minimum! I am able to actual
use otc arm deodorant with a burning sensation for the first time in
decades. I keep a small amount of calcium handy all the time now, it will dry up becuse I rarely have to use it, a drop of water will make it pasty again.
You can get calcium supplements at any place vitamins are sold. I was using my calcium supplements internally with mangnesium because it is recommended that they be used together. I hope you try it and find some success. Let us know if you do. Perhaps some science minded individuals can comment on applying calcium topically to ones skin.
The mineral supplement that I have been using is from Walgreens. Each tablet contains Calcium (333mg), Magnesium (133mg), and Zinc (5mg). According to the label these values are all 33% of the recommended daily value. I have not taken these tablets internally for quite a while, but I am sure that would be helpful somewhat. I am merely using it to grind into powder and mix with water in order to apply topically. I hope you try it and let us know within a month if you have positive results or no change.