Currently applying Lugol's Iodine 12% to keloids.
12-01-2020, 18:00
Post: #1
Currently applying Lugol's Iodine 12% to keloids.
Hi guys, I've been applying Lugol's iodine 12% strength three times a day, for four days now. I have one keloid each on my left and right jawline, and three on my chest from a surgery I had years ago.

The exterior of keloids so far have begun, forming a sort of dark purple plastic-like shell. When i touch the keloid, the insides of it are softer than before, and warm to the touch. I currently feel a burning sensation in the scar, and when I apply a fresh coat of Iodine, the burning feeling is almost unbearable. I will try and persevere. I've read accounts that eventually that shell will peel off, revealing a smaller keloid beneath it. You are then to repeat the process. My plan is to apply the iodine three times a day, every day for the foreseeable future. I will post updates to keep you guys posted. Hopefully I see a positive result.

Do any of you have experience using Lugol's iodine on your keloid?
15-01-2020, 12:22
Post: #2
RE: Currently applying Lugol's Iodine 12% to keloids.
UPDATE:

So it's been a week since I started applying the Lugol's iodine to my keloids. This morning before I got in the shower, on looking at the keloid on my left jawline, I noticed what looked like a long crack along my skin. I touched it and realised it was a mixture of the dried iodine and skin. I gently tugged at it and it slid off my face like a massive scab. I then saw my keloid - which I would say is 25% smaller. The surface area is smaller and it has flattened. It has no pigmentation (colour) but that's easily resolvable. I showered and after drying off, applied a fresh coat of the 12% Iodine to it.

It burned like absolute hell. I literally was bed ridden with agony. I plan on repeating this process again and again. The pain is agonising, but if it works, will be totally worth it.

Till next time guys!
21-01-2020, 01:53
Post: #3
RE: Currently applying Lugol's Iodine 12% to keloids.
(15-01-2020 12:22)kabs90 Wrote:  UPDATE:

So it's been a week since I started applying the Lugol's iodine to my keloids. This morning before I got in the shower, on looking at the keloid on my left jawline, I noticed what looked like a long crack along my skin. I touched it and realised it was a mixture of the dried iodine and skin. I gently tugged at it and it slid off my face like a massive scab. I then saw my keloid - which I would say is 25% smaller. The surface area is smaller and it has flattened. It has no pigmentation (colour) but that's easily resolvable. I showered and after drying off, applied a fresh coat of the 12% Iodine to it.

It burned like absolute hell. I literally was bed ridden with agony. I plan on repeating this process again and again. The pain is agonising, but if it works, will be totally worth it.

Till next time guys!
Great! After reading this I decided to try lugol's iodine for my keloids in chest and shoulders. BTW thanks sharing your experience.....

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21-01-2020, 06:09
Post: #4
RE: Currently applying Lugol's Iodine 12% to keloids.
(21-01-2020 01:53)K M IRFAN Wrote:  
(15-01-2020 12:22)kabs90 Wrote:  UPDATE:

So it's been a week since I started applying the Lugol's iodine to my keloids. This morning before I got in the shower, on looking at the keloid on my left jawline, I noticed what looked like a long crack along my skin. I touched it and realised it was a mixture of the dried iodine and skin. I gently tugged at it and it slid off my face like a massive scab. I then saw my keloid - which I would say is 25% smaller. The surface area is smaller and it has flattened. It has no pigmentation (colour) but that's easily resolvable. I showered and after drying off, applied a fresh coat of the 12% Iodine to it.

It burned like absolute hell. I literally was bed ridden with agony. I plan on repeating this process again and again. The pain is agonising, but if it works, will be totally worth it.

Till next time guys!
Great! After reading this I decided to try lugol's iodine for my keloids in chest and shoulders. BTW thanks sharing your experience.....

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No problem mate. It is painful when you apply it, but the sting should subside after about an hour. Try to keep the iodine only on the keloid. I will continue to post further updates. Best of luck!


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