I was trying to remove a skin problem with the P3000 MMS and DMSO and Water, but I didn't follow the instructions too well and when it started to sting I didn't add any water. I just waited the full 15 minutes thinking that this would speed the healing process even faster. After the 15 minutes, I was surprised to see that the skin had turned bright red where the cotton ball was holding the mixture. Entirely my fault.
It doesn't sting at all, but it's been red for a couple of days and it's tender to the touch. I put some vaseline on it the first day and vitamin E the second day. I don't know if there is a protocol that would help?
The last time I checked with my doc (years ago) he said the brown spot was not skin cancer, but just a brown patch where my jeans rub around the hip bone. So I'm not worried about cancer. But I do have a couple more of these elsewhere.
Well, you can still see the area where the burn occured, but the color is slowly returning to normal. I think some vitamin E oil applied to the area seems to speed the healing, and there is no pain, so I don't think there is any real problem to worry about. Just takes a long time to heal because all the fat cells in the skin were depleted by the DMSO. I don't think I will do it again and leave it on until it starts to sting. By then it is already too late.
MMS activated externally for 30 seconds or so is about 10% activated (MMS1), meaning that there is a lot of unactivated MMS and that can burn skin.
A safer and perhaps better solution to use on external skin would be CDS which is only CLO2 in distilled water. I have used undiluted 3000 ppm to 10,000 ppm CDS on skin problems and it does not harm healthy skin. But it can attack skin cancers, etc. Adding DMSO on top can be even more effective.
Personally I would probably not use MMS1 on skin problems, rather for internal use. Ingested MMS1 may be the best form of MMS for internal use.
In my previous comment I think I meant to say that I didn't use MMS straight, but activated it first. I used about 10 drops of the MMS then the usual activator of citric acid [5 drops citric acid to 1 drop MMS]. Left it to activate for a little over 3 minutes. The activated MMS I diluted a bit. I added roughly 25ml water to dilute it. I added the CD to a paper pad and let it sit on my arm for hours. Yep hours! It only stung a teeny bit, but the burn is pretty intense.
The brown colour appears to be melanin. I know that sounds wrong, but my skin freckles, and all these dark freckles popped up out of nowhere. I think it got to the skins melanocyte somehow.
The articles that deal with using MMS on the skin definitely need some noticeable warning at the top to stop stupid people like me leaving it on the skin.
I was trying to use MMS like a poultice, obviously something that should never be done.
The wound now looks like a super nasty sun burn and the skin has broken in spots since it is on my shoulder and needs to move. It is weeping - sero-sanguinous fluid is the name of it, and is typical. Looks to me like it will heal fine.
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