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Allergenics Emollient Cream
Steroid cream: Lichen sclerosus is poorly understood as far as a cause. It does respond, however, to high potency steroid cream. The most commonly used cream is called clobetasol. It is probably best used as an ointment and is available only with a prescription. Talk to your ob/gyn! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Best cream: Good moisturizers will help retain the water in your skin, rub in well, and not be overly greasy. This means that there is no one cream that is "best". I have prean cream compounded for my patients with compromised skin, and their parents and kids love it. You will have to find one you like and stick with it. ...Read more
Depends: In general there is no single best cream. However, ointments are better than creams at hydrating the skin and creams are better than lotions. In terms of ointments, vaseline is fantastic. As for the vaseline brand cream versus cetaphil, i would simply try both and see what works best for you. Dermatologists have a fondness for cetaphil cream but this is not based on any data. Try them both! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am unable to clean the entire smegma collected under foreskin of penis. Can some cream or emollient be advised please ?
Soap & water: should be sufficient to clean under foreskin once it has been retracted fully. Phimosis, tight foreskin, could be cause of inability to easily retract foreskin which would make penile hygiene difficult. Need to see your Dr. or urologist if foreskin does not retract easily. This might require steroid cream or even surgery. Surgery would be either circumcision or prepucioplasty/dorsal slit. ...Read more
I am using an emollient cream with borax for my 4yrs old son with mild infantile eczema.Is it harmful if used regularly?
Suggestions: For the management of his eczema, identifying triggers which cause flare ups is important. Avoiding the triggers will help to manage his eczema. Using white dove soap, clear detergent, and moisturizers are important as well. In addition, his management may include topical hydrocortisone 1% lotion for flare ups. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Petrolatum products: Products containing petrolatum, glycerin, lanolin, dimethicone, shea butter, mineral oil are all good for hand eczema. Some brands are o'keefe's working hands cream, aquaphor. Vaseline, neutrogena norwegian formula, udder cream, bag balm, aveeno (oatmeal) intense relief hand cream, eucerin intensive repair hand cream. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello. Can the emollient Cream for my face with 2% sulfur and 10% sodium sulfacetamide be used with propecia (finasteride) without any interactions?
Yes: Sulfacetamide is a topical antibiotic used for several skin problems including acne, acne rosacea, seborrheic dermatitis. There may be some side effects of peeling skin, irritation, redness. But there are no reported interactions with Propecia, (finasteride) either topical or oral, most often used for hair loss. If you are using topical Propecia, (finasteride) apply them at different times of day. Good wishes:) ...Read more
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