Time to settle the score…

Mermaid has spent the past 7 days under the weather. She was severe enough that we spent an evening getting IV fluids. Thankfully she seems to be on the mend and we got to leave the house today for the first time in a week. While navigating her virus we lagged not only on our website but her daily Nevus care.

I did not expect a week of less attention on her Nevus to have much of an effect but to my surprise she complained both yesterday and today of her scales being bothersome both on her hand and under her arm. It was a good reminder that despite the circumstances, we need to stay on top of preventative care, so this week… Nevus 1 – Mommy 0.

Without any trials or research to share today I thought this would be a good time to update some photos.

I have stated before that Mermaid is especially protective of her hand and despite my efforts refuses to let me capture any good photos of it. It’s her most bothersome spot, she picks it, hides it, and states on a regular basis that it hurts or itches. Her complaints are minimal when we stay on top of our regimen but her hand definitely takes the cake in the nuisance department. Thanks to the help of Kinna Clark and geminIImages we finally have a few worthy photos.

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Her Nevus is equally thick on her wrist. In the next few weeks we have 2 products we will be trying to see if we can reduce the thickness and irritation. One of which we have been holding onto for several weeks now called WartPeel. Stay tuned for more information and results!

This coming week I intend to settle the score with our pesky Nevus!

Thanks for walking with us today,

Mermaid’s Mommy









2 thoughts on “Time to settle the score…

  1. Have you looked into Simple Sugars Scrubs? The company was started by a young woman who suffers from eczema and was featured on Shark Tank. They have a lot of testimonials about skin conditions being relieved by the use of their product. It might be worth a peek. Best wishes to you and your mermaid.


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