Try washing with boric acid. I know that sounds weird but that's only thing I hv found that helps. Let it set for a few before you rinse off.
This **** sucks what pisses me off is you draw a road map for doctors and they still fight ya ...so first things first if your taking antibiotics stop taking them immediately.....who is still on this thread and experiencing symptoms
You all dealing with demodex
It sounds like biofilm. Try to use a cotton ball and alcohol and see if it's not dark tan like you rubbed off a suntan. I believe I read that borax can help
I have the same issue! I honestly don’t know if be always had it or if it started within the last four or five years. It’s ruined my life! That’s for flippin sure HOWEVER!! I did read today about Rope Worm, it’s a parasite, look it up!!!! Then look up mimosa piduca seeds...I heard that gets rid of it!!! Also, a separate Lemon and separate eucalyptus enema. I just read about all of this, so I haven’t tried any of it but you better believe first thing tomorrow morning I’m going to sprout to get me some mimosa piduca seeds!!stay in touch I know how lonely this gets!
I have the same thing. I live in a warmer climate, and the overheating is awful. I don’t even know if my sunscreen absorbs in to my skin. I’ve had multiple blood tests done, but everything comes back normal. I barely leave the house anymore. I don’t even talk to people anymore because what is the point?
Thanks for the reply, it’s mainly hands, feet and scalp/hair but other parts stick, like feet also.
Doctors dismissed it as ‘everyone gets sticky’, it’s beyond that though, it waxy and the skin almost goes numb to the touch, razor causes friction on skin as do towels etc, I just have to pay my skin.
Where it’s worse I also seem to get burning skin and things like moisturiser, face wash don’t absorb , just bead on my skin. I’m stuck.
Is it all over your body? Just on your hands?
Did your doctors say that you have waxy skin and hair, or that they didn't notice it?
There are some conditions that can cause waxy skin - hypothyrodism, diabetes, for a couple of examples - but the locations of the waxy skin is usually limited to the hands or shins.
Not sweating is something you need to address.
Fluoxetine typically causes more sweating, as can diazepam, rather than reduce it.