iHerb Customer Reviews
very good oil!
15 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2105409 on Feb 21, 2012
My husband has a skin fungus between his toes. He tried different oils but nothing worked for several years. Oil has a bad smell, but my husband is still used it every day. A month later, the fungus disappeared! We are very happy, thank you Iherb!
Far too strong
26 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1635845 on Apr 07, 2011
If you have thinned or damaged skin I warn you not to use this product.If your looking for a soothing healing oil this is not your product. I only put a little bit on the back of my hand and arm and it instantly became very painful and it wouldn't wash off!It further damaged my skin. I'm so glad that I didnt' use it on my face because of the same issues. Do not use this product in its concentrated form if you have damaged skin.It will do more harm than good. This is just my own experience but I think its important for people to know.
6 people found the following review helpful
Posted by 5325869466759892965 on Dec 22, 2013
I used it on my eczema spots and it would clear up in three days. It has the most pungent smell- like garlic with rotten peanuts;it reeks! If you can stand it for a little while, it's worth it. Mixing it with a stronger oil like tea tree may help with the smell. I used it only at night so as to not scare people away!
mosquito bites, abrasions
5 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1159228 on Jul 05, 2013
smells like peanuts and garlic but not overwhelming or overly unpleasant put it directly on mosquito bites (i get eaten alive walking to work in rural canada) and it stops the itch for hours, and brings down the swelling on larger welts
Helpfull against Candida and other fungies
4 people found the following review helpful
Posted by 5574639932455245180 on Jun 25, 2015
Helps a bit with psoriasis and a lot against candida on intimate and vaginal area in combination with coconut oil! Can be used for wounds and scraches too. THNX mother nature!