Witch Hazel and Myrrh

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Neither of these remedies is particularly widespread, but they still remain highly effective. Witch hazel is a known astringent, which can help to tighten up your skin and prevent the formation of blisters or loose areas of skin where bed sores can form. Myrrh acts as a resin, providing valuable nutrients to the skin that can speed up the process of healing and repair. A mixture of these in water can be applied to the bed sores multiple times each day to ensure the integrity and health of the skin.

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