So Ho Mish for Ichthyosis?

I emailed a question a few days ago and didn't know if you or someone on the site had a response. Also I don't know where to go on the site to find it. Do you know if any of your bee pollen products (e.g. so ho mish) would be helpful for this skin condition?

Angela's Comments:

Great question. It is very difficult to say as this is quite a serious skin condition and I've never worked with anyone who's had it. Nor have we received any feedback from any customers who've had this condition and used the So Ho Mish.

Treatments for ichthyosis often take the form of topical application of creams and emollient oils, in an attempt to hydrate the skin. So Ho Mish will certainly help hyrdrate the skin and is very well tolerated so it might be worth a try. Sorry I can't be of more assistance.

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