How to tell of excess keratin?

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    How to tell of excess keratin?

    A lot say the keratin is the problem for the facial redness, and I do believe thats true. But to determine if you have alot of keratin in your body, could you tell because of your hair or fingernails? Cuz mine grow abnormally fast.
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    Re: How to tell of excess keratin?

    how is this going to make a difference in your KPRF?

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    Re: How to tell of excess keratin?

    The cause of redness was told to me many times to be excess keratin in your body, which damages your blood vessels. So if we could somehow get rid of the excess keratin, the redness, would have no part in being there. Ive seen something that gets rid of excess keratin in your body. I havent tried it yet though. Ill try it in a few days, when I get enough time to go get the pproduct, but anyways, im just trying to say something. Most people ive seen with kprf (one of my friends) has the same problem, his hair grows extremely faster than anyone elses, and his fingernails also grow back incredibly fast, as do mine. Showing that we do infact have alot of keratin built up, which I think is causing the redness. I have been on that fruit diet you told me about for atleast 2 days, havent seen a change yet, but I still need to give it more time. I hope one of them works.

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    Re: How to tell of excess keratin?

    Yeah, my fingernails do grow fast.

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    Re: How to tell of excess keratin?

    Do you have redness in your face?

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    Re: How to tell of excess keratin?

    Yes.

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    Re: How to tell of excess keratin?

    Thats why I think keratins out problem. Im gonna go on this stuff for about a month. Papaya and Enzymes | Finest Natural | Walgreens
    It dosent say it on there, but papaya enzymes get rid of excess keratin in the body, and prolly face. Ill tell you guys if the redness goes away any. But it should so I have my hopes up a bit.

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