Has anyone tried using chlorine (bleach) in its iontorphesis for the palms

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''The number one culprit for causing skin issues is chlorine, used in a lot of household cleaning products as well as in swimming pools because its main function is to disinfect water. Some swimmers find that chlorine can lead to dry, flaky skin – particularly if they already have eczema or other dry skin complications.''

''The chlorine removes the natural oils on the skin, causing it to become dry.''

How does chlorine affect your skin? - Works With Water
https://www.workswithwater.com/blog/how-does-chlorine-affect-your-skin/


So guys, since we know that Chlorine does in fact dry the skin, do you think the Chlorine can be used for the ionterphesis?




p.s, i'm just trying to discover the secret treatment that ophanim is trying to hide from us, i just hope he will share with us eventually.
 
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Sprawling

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Chlorine isn't ophanim's secret ingredient. That I know is factual.
Whether or not chlorine would work for our hands in possibly a small dosage, somehow I doubt it. I never remember it working after coming out of a heavy chlorinated pool during my youth that I personally maintained.
The other problem I see with using chlorine is that it can damage any clothing you are wearing, carpet or anything in the vicinity of your water baths with the slightest splash.
 
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Chlorine isn't ophanim's secret ingredient. That I know is factual.
Whether or not chlorine would work for our hands in possibly a small dosage, somehow I doubt it. I never remember it working after coming out of a heavy chlorinated pool during my youth that I personally maintained.
The other problem I see with using chlorine is that it can damage any clothing you are wearing, carpet or anything in the vicinity of your water baths with the slightest splash.
Hi

Is it an alkaline substance that he is using?
 
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