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GiGi
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http://www.infraredsauna.com/health/skindetox/
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gigi,

when i was able to--- i used the steam room at the gym

- takes a lot out of me but I know that it helps

Will try to get back to it

good post --- thanks !!!!

mags

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clairenotes
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Yes! So much easier to detox through the skin. Why burden our often already over-worked liver and kidneys with the task if there is a simpler route to take?

Not sure if everything can be detoxed through the skin, but it seems like enough to really make a difference. Must depend also, on how much we can move out of entrenched areas?

Claire

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Thanks so much Gigi!

This article really applies to where I'm at right now.

I appreciate your time

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Gigi,
Seeing your posting brought tears. I am so happy that you are back. Thank you so much. You have no idea how valued you are and how grateful I am.

Much much appreciated.

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Great article. Good to see you back, Gigi.

Kelly

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I would like to know if the detox foot pads or the foot baths work better to rid the body of toxins. Any opinions? How long do you use either of them?

If pads, then where can you buy the cheap ones? If foot bath, which one, where do you get it, and how much does it cost? Thanks.

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[Smile] Thank you GiGi. The article is very interesting. I appreciate your sharing it with us.
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