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what topical creams can i use for razor rash itchy skin?? i use anti fungal creams at the moment. any suggestions?

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Dr. Georgia Latham
34 years experience Family Medicine
Moisturizers: with or without low dose hydrocortisone will probably be more helpful than an antifungal cream, unless you actually have a fungal infection. Mixtures of Eucerin cream and hydrocortisone are usually very helpful for treatment of dry, itchy skin. Preventing the rash/irritation of the skin would be best. Try shaving well legs are damp (right after getting out of shower), and use a shaving gel/form.
Answered on May 22, 2015
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