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Amira Magic Cream
What do I need to know when choosing a good cream for facial wrinkles? I am overwhelmed by the great diversity of anti-wrinkle creams available online. Each of them promises to be the magic cure. What should I take into consideration when choosing the rig
Hmmm: No sure what that cream is. Episiotomies heal well. In general no scar is visible. So need for a cream most likely not there. ...Read more
Hi a daycare used a Mr Clean Magic eraser on my sons leg. It caused a rug burn effect. What kind of cream can I put on it?
Moisturizer, no ads: A good moisturizing cream with no added scents, chemical, perfumes is effective for dry skin, which usually get worse in cold dry weather. Every time u wash your hands, u take away some of fatty part of the epidermis, which keeps it smooth and moist. So add moisturizing cream after washing. If develop eczema, may need a mild cortisone cream n addition to moisturizer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Very Little or Lots: The devil is in the details or in this case, the ingredients. Many anti-aging creams are merely snake oil as they will only moisturize skin, giving it a temporary look of improvement. True anti-aging creams have medically active ingredients and usually higher concentrations that can be purchased in a drug or department store and often need to be obtained from a prescribing or dispensing physician. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What's the best way to lighten the face skin.Could u give me names of creams that solve such problem?
Licorice: The best natural organic treatment for getting an equal skin tone is licorice extract. This you may find in many health stores. Another nice skin lightener is hydroquinone. Hydroquinone has had some bad press, but the american academy of dermatology still believes that it is safe and one of the best products available to lighten skin. Finacea gel works well too but for this needs a prescription. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cortisone cream: I think you might be referring to "cortisone" cream which serves as a very potent anti-inflammatory anti-itch medication. As a medication it has no symptoms. Instead, it can be applied to itchy rashes to calm down reaction. However, only small amounts should be used for only short periods of time as it can shut down adrenal glands. Discuss w/your family doc when it's appropriate to use. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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