I had an itch inside of my ear but what is considered in medical terms to be the outer ear. I am guessing it was a mild fungus. I put up with it for about 6 months. I would scratch until it was raw and then it would crust over.
One day I decided to try my quality aloe lotion on it. That would take the itch away for a few days but it always returned. So I made a 6-drop dose of activated MMS in I think it was 1 cup of water. I dipped a Q-tip into that and really rubbed it rigorously into the skin of my ear.
The next day my skin was dry and flaky and the following day it was smooth and has been smooth and non-itchy ever since, which it's been about a month. I decided to use that same solution as an underarm deodorant, using a cotton ball for application. I showered but avoided washing my armpits for 2 1/2 days.
My poor husband was the guinea pig for sniffing them. He said they were fine. Normally I am not a strong underarm b.o. type of person, but if I don't use deodorant, I will have a mild smell at the end of the day, so I think this was a great experiment and I am confident this is a good natural deodorant solution for me.____
The more dramatic skin testimony is I had a seborrheic keratoses, I think it was called, on my left upper arm. A dermatologist 20 years ago told me it was noncancerous, and I had a dermatologist in 2011 tell me the same.
I didn’t want to deal with getting it frozen or cut off, so I never got around to doing anything about it, though I was self-conscious because it was about the size of a kidney bean and ugly… dried out looking and on the gray-brown side.
I bathed in MMS about 5 times, not every day, but almost every day. Well, I felt it kind of tingle when I got out of the tub, so I scratched it. It disintegrated like fine sand. Then I picked the final bit off, leaving a small raw area. It has healed and not given me any issues since, and this happened in the Spring of 2011. I am thrilled.____
I also felt conjunctivitis (pinkeye) coming on. I washed my eye out a few times with my maintenance dose and it never came on full blown. I have had pinkeye enough times to know that unmistakable pain that strikes before the redness, itching, and goop set in.