Today’s podcast episode interviewed Eustace Wolfington and Lisa Zhan-Monigan from Molecule32 Skincare on the benefits of fulvic acid for eczema, TSW & hyperpigmentation.
You’ll get to learn:
- What properties makes fulvic acid so special?
- How do you use fulvic acid on your skin?
- How it can help eczema, TSW and hyperpigmentation?
- Where was it first discovered?
- What makes the fulvic acid in Molecule32 better than any other fulvic acid on the market right now?
I hope this episode helps you!
I also want to give a quick disclaimer that I’m a brand ambassador for Molecule32, and I love their products because they are high quality, all natural, and extremely clean.
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Want more eczema resources?
Click here for more eczema resources or visit my list of recommended products for eczema! You can also find products to help your skin below:
- Shop all eczema products
- Conqueror Dry Skin Soothing Balm
- Conqueror Eczema Academy group coaching program
- Calming Bath Treatment
- Eczema gloves
Abby is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist who helps clients achieve optimal health. She is passionate about seeing people use health and nutrition to transform lives. She hopes that her experiences and knowledge can help educate others on natural remedies that will help eczema. Follow her on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, or YouTube for more updates!
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