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    i went to my rhuemy last week.

    we were discussing options, and he suggested i try olive oil soap for my skin complaints.
    i have been using steriodal creams for so long that my skin is becoming thin.

    the soap is to be fragrance free and available in quite a few health shops.
    it is not as effective as the creams, .... but far less invasive.
    it takes a little while for it to start to work.
    and using it twice a day is more effective than once.

    i have only been using it for a week, but it looks very promising.

    please consider this as an option.
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    Thank you for that suggestion Steve, and I am glad that it is working for you. I've never heard of or seen olive oil soap!! I do not have lupus skin issues at this moment, but I think that I will try the soap for other skin issues that I deal with.
    I also know that you can get whipped olive oil body cream and, oh my goodness, what a difference that has made. I often use the olive oil body cream along with pure aloe vera on my skin and it works wonders for me.
    Thanks again for the info

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