taking pollen for health reasons

by susan long
(Rock Creek, Oh)

Can bee pollen cause dry skin in the face? I don't know if it is causing the problem, but I would like any
input. I am going to stop taking it for a while to see if the dryness clears up or not. I'll post my findings

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Jan 20, 2015
Bee pollen cause of dry skin?
by: Angela

It is unlikely Susan but possible. We usually find the opposite from bee pollen. The only thing I can think of is that it could be causing an immune reaction in the skin if you are allergic or sensitive to the bee pollen.

Stop taking and observe. Be sure to post your findings for us!


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