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Natural Remedies for Skin Ailments

Did you know that there are many products right in your kitchen that can treat a variety of skin ailments?

For instance, massaging Olive Oil into wet skin is an excellent moisturizer - it's also great for brittle hair ends!

The antibacterial properties of honey can speed the healing of wounds, yogurt applied directly to the skin for 10 minutes can soothe the redness of rosacea, and lemon mixed with baking soda can combat yellowing nails – this mixture works great on teeth too!

If these home remedies are no match for your rosacea or yellowing nails, contact O'Donoghue Dermatology so that we can determine the best treatment for you.

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