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  1. Ashok T Jaisinghani


    NEEM can TOTALLY Destroy BEDBUGS! The blood-sucking BEDBUGS are spreading fast all over the world in places of human habitations. They have become a great nuisance, as It is very difficult to eradicate them with the commonly used method of spraying insecticides. Their bites can cause severe itching, sleeplessness, irritability, depression, anemia and other related problems. Even by using different types of insecticides regularly, I had failed again and again to remove all the BEDBUGS from my room. In desperation, I started using NEEM soap and NEEM detergents to wash my bedsheets, pillow covers, blankets, mosquito net, and also to wash my clothes like the shirts, pants, underwears, banians, nightdresses, caps, socks, handkerchiefs, towels, napkins, etc. Only after I did that, the BEDBUGS DISAPPEARED totally within a few days! I was astonished to find such an easy solution in such a short period. So, it is NOT surprising why the Hindus worship the NEEM TREE as a GODDESS! We can use NEEM SPRAYS to kill and repel bedbugs, mosquitoes, mites, lice, fleas, ticks, cockroaches, ants, flies, etc. Washing our clothes with NEEM soap and NEEM detergents repels these insects. Even if we choose to wash our clothes with other soaps and detergents, we can just dip the clothes in NEEM WATER for some time, then squeeze them and hang them for drying. BATHING with NEEM soap and using NEEM creams and NEEM lotions too can help our bodies to repel bedbugs, mosquitoes, mites and lice, and to prevent diseases like ANEMIA, MALARIA, DENGUE, CHIKUNGUNYA, SCABIES, etc. Let us launch a worldwide campaign against bedbugs, mosquitoes, mites, lice and other insect pests by sending many messages like this one to all our contacts.
  2. nycskinproblems92

    Tiny Hard Bumps Under Skin. Help!

    Please help if anyone knows anything. I'm getting more and more depressed about this. Im 23 years old and I've had pretty decent skin my whole life with occassional blemishes around my period or if I was stressed. Last August I moved from ohio to new york city and this is when everything started. I started to get small little white bumps on my chin and I thought they were pimples so I would try to squeeze them and nothing happened and they would just get irritated and red. I went to the dermotologist and she gave me two creams tazorac, aczone,clear me pro pads, and dorx/acticlate. I haven't taken the oral medication yet but have used the other creams. Im not sure whatever I have is acne so I didn't want to take the medicine right away. The dermatologist just looked at my skin probably a minute. Didn't examine it or touch it or scrape anything of to do testing she just came in looked and asked what I wah my face with then prescribed me the above products. I don't think they are doing anything. The one is just salicylic acid which I've been using in an over the counter cleaner for almost a year. Some days my skin looks better than others. I do pick at it way to much. But even if the scabs heal the bump can still be felt underneath. They are not filled with anything. Some have a small white bead in them but those might just be actual pimples among whatever this is. The way I can describe this is it feels like gravel under my skin almost. There are bumps everywhere and they are visible. When I try to pop them there is no pus or sebum but a weird thing happens. The bumps with kind of pop which makes the skin surrounding the area break and then I can feel more bumps and the same thing with happen. The skin somewhat breaks open to another layer and this can just keep going and going. I don't know how deep they are. I can see tiny white things in the skin but they don't come out. You can see in the picture the white circles. Everything hurts and itches and im so self conscious I can't even look at people because these are literally covering my entire face. I don't know what else to do. I'm losing hope about this getting better. The only thing I can find close online to my problem is ringworm or scabies. Im at a loss. Last thing is I was using another product with benzoyl peroxide and I guess it burned my skin I think whatever is on my face now became worse after that happened so if anyone knows about how to treat skin after a chemical burn I would really appreciate knowing what to do.