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Palmolive Soap In Eye
Got soap from steel wool cleaner splashed in eye. Flushed with tap water. Optometrist said no damage. Infection possible? Acanthamoba? Antibiotics?
Dear eye experts/ ophthalmologist:for evaporate dry eye, i can't do warm eye compress. Would washing and massaging eyes 5 min in shower be equivalent?
Maybe: The warm compresses may be used in the shower. I feel that it is the abrasive action of the washcloth combined with the detergent action of the baby shampoo that improves the blepharitis. Try this out and see. For the evaporativ dry eye, use a good artificial tear for lubrication. Keeping the blepharitis under control will help the dry eye. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Wash clothes with no bleach, dry in sunlight and ironing will kill adenovirus (conjunctivitis)? My friend with conjunctivitis used my clothes
Skin is dry in the legs & arms.Also right hand palm got dry & developed scales as started dishwash recently.Now using vaseline jelly in the free times?
Eczema or allergy: Eczema is a dry skin condition that can occur anywhere on the body but especially the hands from overwashing. Use protective gloves when doing housework and avoid using drying soaps. Use moisturizing soaps without fragrance such as aveeno, (oatmeal) cetaphil, cerave, dove, neutrogena. Moisturize with creams frequently especially after bathing, showering and washing hands. Vaseline and aquaphor are good. ...Read more
I use small detergent packets to wash my wash cloths in the washing machine. Is there a certain ingredient that cause acne?
Not likely: Acne is caused by the excessive inflammatory response that your immune system mounts to get rid of a bacteria that normally lives in our skin and to which other people's immune system does not overreact. It is also influenced by hormonal changes such as the ones that occur during a female's menstrual cycle. ...Read more
Is it okay to wash my scalp with Dove Unscented Body Wash or the dove bar soap? Shampoo's make me itchy.
What is cause: Most scratches of the eye have an incident which can be identified as causing it - such as fingernails, branch of a tree, etc. These are generally quite painful but most heal well and quickly with no consequences. If you know the cause and the pain lasts more than 2 days then see an ophthalmologist. If the abrasion occurred spontaneously than you might have it evaluated right away. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Dry skin. Use vinegar to clean. When cooking organic and fowl, wash with liquid soap and dry with paper towels. Hands get rough and raw. What is cause?
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Dry eyes n blepharitis. Seen 2 eye doc. Always give FML, (fluorometholone) lubricants. Sick of frequent eye inflammation, use eye drops daily n clean eyelid. Any cure?
The short answer is: yes, you can treat the blepharitis with a variety of treatments. The American Academy of Ophthalmology advises a variety of treatments depending upon the etiology (cause) of your blepharitis. This can range from eyelid hygiene with OTC lid scrubs or baby shampoo, to topical and even oral antibiotic treatment. Have your ophthalmologist look at the margins to identify the cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Itch in eyecornr+skin around cornr n based of lashes in dif times.Not wear cl+makeup 7 mons, lid swollen+red when rub, no meds work(prescrib by eye md)?
Which one is best for hairs?
1)- clear shampoo
2)- headershoulder shampoo
6) dove soap
Would washing hands with soap and pretty hot water along with hydrogen peroxide kill any sperm on hand?
Spermicides: dear Lois326 your regimen would kill just about everything in sight! Just use soap and water for a minute or 2 and you would be ok here. I am assuming you are more concerned about STD and HIV and the answer is that a wash with soap and water for about 2-3 mins will protect you from everything of that nature. Also, u cannot get preg from dry sperm on your hand inserted into the vagina.thx ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No. Use Elimite (permethrin). : No, Elimite (permethrin) (Topical Permethrin) is generally used to treat scabies. It requires a prescription. Generally ALL household members should be treated simultaneously even if only one (or some) are itchy. Otherwise the treated individual is likely to become reinfected by the other individuals in the home who are infected but not yet itchy/symptomatic. ...Read more
Used a new shampoo condtioner product Just washed and blow dried hair weeping in some parts. Should rewash it with my normal shampoo to stop the weep?
Take a deep breath: This is not going to be serious. Rinse well with warm water three or four times. Do not add any new chemicals while it is oozing. If it is dry and crusty tomorrow you can wash gently with old shampoo. Chemical products are designed to change the normal of the hair and scalp. You are sensitive. Always try a small patch first before using a new product and watch a day. The adds are adds only ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My lifestyle involves using antiseptic hand wipes my hands are dry red are the ingredients in them dangerous? I wash hands wiv antibac n wipes 50x/day
Intense exposure : This is something you need to discuss with a dermatologist. You could be having an intense exposure, or you could be allergic to some of the ingredients of the antiseptic hand wipe The hand wipe could also be drying you out. ...Read more