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Susan (New York) on 03/02/2012

Bill from San Fernando, How often do you recommend to dab 3% Peroxide?

* After showers and cleaning the eye sockets throughly, I also dabbed 3% Hydrogen Peroxide carefully around the eye socket and eyelids (don't get it in your eyes) to both help kill bacteria etc and to also help oxygenate and revive the skin in that area.

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Replied By Lily (Dunkirk, Ny) on 03/02/2012

Hi, Bill does VCO stand for Virgin Coconut Oil? and thank you for sharing with us :)

EC: Yes, VCO = Virgin Coconut Oil

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Replied By Susan (New York) on 03/02/2012

Bill from San Fernando, How often do you recommend to dab 3% Peroxide?

* After showers and cleaning the eye sockets throughly, I also dabbed 3% Hydrogen Peroxide carefully around the eye socket and eyelids (don't get it in your eyes) to both help kill bacteria etc and to also help oxygenate and revive the skin in that area.

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Replied By Bill (San Fernando, Philippines) on 03/02/2012

Hi Susan... It's best to just lightly dab and spread the hydrogen peroxide in and around the eye sockets with a fingertip after showers with your eyes closed or do this when you are taking breaks from from the oil application. I did it about once or twice a day roughly. I just rubbed HP lightly over the area, making sure not to get any in the eyes.
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Replied By Francisca (Zug, Switzerland) on 03/03/2012

Sounds promising Bill.... Did you dilute the HP? I have tried the VCO with the Castor oil and actually it works great because the Castor Oil becomes easier to spread. I have tried the cling film on it as someone suggested it. I will see how it progresses. I look quite young, a pity these bags under my eyes! I read it can be a result of dry eyes, also iodine deficiency.... My eyes don't seem to be dry anymore and I am taking iodine.
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Replied By Baldev (Mumbai, Maharashtra, India) on 03/04/2012

Hi Bill, Your opinions are highly appreciated. On this subject, my questions are, to start with is it advisable to mix equal quantity of VCO and castor oil in a small bottle and use one finger after shaking the bottle and doing what you have done by mixing on the two fingers. Secondly the castor oil which I have is refined and says not for medicinal use, is it ok to use. Then, H2O2 which I have is not the food grade and has stabilizer in it, is it ok to use.

Also I would like your opinion on H2O2 which is not food grade and has stabilizer in it, should it be used for internal purposes since the food grade is not available.

Thanks a lot. Baldev

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Replied By Anita (United States) on 08/04/2020

You can not consume hydrogen peroxide unless it is food grade.

Replied By Hisjewel (Usa) on 08/05/2020

Greetings To EC and all,

RE Consuming regular 3 percent Hydrogen Peroxide from the pharmacy or even the dollar store it's a matter of believing others who have already found it to be safe enough. If there is an emergency you don't wont to run out and look for what you already on hand. And these days a lot of shortage on many necessities. I took the a lesson from information on EC about Bill Munro from some posters, and began using the store brand several years ago. I wanted to get started and that was what was in my cabinet. It has pulled me out of several health threats.

If you can get Food Grade get it. I am just saying if all you have is dollar store brand it works too. If you have faith use it as a present help. Weight the emergency. Use the Food Grade when you get that.

I have been using the dollar store Hydrogen Peroxide brand for years as an internal and external medicine, for throat gargling, as disinfectant, I have added it to my bath water, I have soaked my feet in it and most recently for a cure all in the COVID 19. I sprayed the house when the family members came in, and sprayed the person too with Hydrogen Peroxide. You can test using a drop or two. Read some of the old EC post on the subject if all you have is store bought.

HisJewel


Replied By Citygirl27 (Richardson, Tx, Usa) on 09/22/2012

I have an empty dropper bottle I got at the health food store for like $2, and have filled it 50-50 with VCO and castor oil. I shake it before use, and have begun using it nightly around my eyes. First few days skin seems a lot softer, but bag and lines are still being worked on. If this can work, I will save myself literally thousands in eye creams over the coming decades!
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Replied By Dym (Tennessee) on 02/18/2014

Bill, I'm curious about how you resolved your kidney/liver issues as it relates to your eyebags. Did you resolve it naturally? A simple detox? What did you find the problem to be?
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Replied By Maria (Houston, Tx , United States) on 05/24/2014

Hi Bill, My mom was born in San Fernando. I have read that Castor Oil is also a good remedy for skin problems and a host of others. x
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Replied By Jill (Minneapolis, Mn Usa) on 08/27/2015

What is VCO?

EC: VCO is Virgin Coconut Oil

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Replied By Mary (Canada) on 02/17/2016

Hi, I was that you said you got rid of your kidney problom with a cleanse. Would you be willing to tell me the name of the cleanse. Thank you!
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Replied By Kimmi Noelle Mcknight (Us) on 03/09/2017

Hi, thanks for the "recipe" for what you use around your eyes..I also have these unsightly wrinkles that go from the corners of my mouth down to my chin. They drive me NUTS! Do you think your recipe for the eye wrinkle treatment would also work on my lower face/chin area? I'm desperate, but am on a VERY limited budget and can't afford expensive creams (that might not even work! ). While waiting on a response, I'm going to go ahead & start using it... :-)
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