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Apply Dermocalm Moisturising Lotion On Face
As soon as i apply any kind of moisturizer or lotion on my face, i start sweating and the lotion melts away. What do you suggest i do?
Sweating: Excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) is a condition that most often affects the palms of the hands, soles of the feet, face, and underarms. Dripping-wet skin can cause embarrassment and interfere with daily activities. Treatment can be with otc meds such as sweat block and certaindri or prescription medication. ...Read more
What to do if I have dry skin and What to do if I have acne. I was wondering if I could put on johnson's baby lotion before going to bed to moisturise my face?
Non-comedogenic: I am glad to hear that you understand that despite acne or oil-prone skin, it is very important to moisturize daily. The key to a good moisturizer is to ensure it is non-comedogenic or non-pimple forming. Cetaphil, cerave, neutrogena and aveeno (oatmeal) all make great moisturizers that fall into this category. ...Read more
Bar soap or a cleanser to clean my face? And moisturizer or lotion for very dry, acne prone skin? My skin always feels dry and tight!
Good skin care: Although visiting a dermatologist to determine the cause (hormonal, skin care, topical reaction, etc) may be the best first step. A variety of skin care regimens ranging from gentle cleansers with appropriate moisturizers and exfoliation with the possible prescription of oral or topical retinoids may be a good beginning. However topical antibiotics, benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid, etc may help. ...Read more
I use lotion & sometimes face moisturizer. I also use oil free face cleanser. Am I doing something wrong? b/c I have back acne and pimples on my face
Lotion may clog pore:
The lotion may be clogging your pores. Try doing without the lotion and see if it makes a difference, On the other hand, it could be hormonal. May or may not apply to you, but sometimes going on or off birth control or changing pills may affect acne. Try these suggestions for starters.
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How often should I moisturise per day?
And do lotions and creams have side effects on our health when applyed daily over a long period of time?
Moisturizing advice: The frequency of moisturizing really depends on an individual's personal needs and environment. People with naturally oily skin may never need to moisturize, but people with certain skin conditions such as atopic dermatitis may require several applications per day. Avoiding fragrance body products, staying well hydrated, and wearing loose natural fiber clothing will likely reduce overall need. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can I apply body lotion/ moisturizer if I have a boil on a particular body part? The lotion will be applied on the same body part. How to do it safely
Can i use BP and Calamine lotion on my neck at the same time ? I will apply moisturizer . Is it safe to do so ? My neck have acnes.
Medicated layer: Medicated creams are usually applied first, followed by moisturizers. ...Read more
How can I moisturizer my labia minora? It's been dry and irritated. I only wash with warm water no soaps, i've read it was healthiest. Should i just apply regular lotion onto the labia? Thanks
Dry Skin: Wash with cerave hydrating cleanser and then use cerave cream which is thicker than a lotion. Both of theses products are over the counter. ...Read more
I was prescribed clindamycin phosphate lotion 1%. Can I use my aveeno (oatmeal) moisturizer after applying it to avoid drying=oiliness?
May be allergy: Are you dry or inflamed to start? That would be a possible reason. It is probably an allergic reaction but it may also mean there is something wrong with the product. Does it do the same to others? If so, return product. If not, also return product because no product that burns your skin is wise to use. ...Read more
I tried a new face lotion and when i woke the next day my face was slightly itchy and bumpy in the areas i apply them what is it?
It appears that you had a topical allergic reaction. I would wash off any remaining lotion and do any or all of the following:
1-take an allergy pill, such as Benadryl (diphenhydramine) (otc)
2-apply a topical steroid cream, such as 0.5% or 1% hydrocortisone(otc)
3-apply cold compresses. ...Read more
Yes But.......: Lotion is okay sparingly and only very mild lotions. I often recommend cetaphil or aquafor some creams and lotions can create rashes. Most rashes on the face are caused by their own slobber and contact with linens, blankets and clothing. The rashes wax and wane. Wipe the face often with a wash cloth and this will help too. ...Read more
What to do if I have dry skin on my face , and it's really tickin me off lol . What type of lotion , if any , can I apply to my face ?
Yes: I would see a dermatologist for treatment. ...Read more
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I have rashes on my face that look terrible unless i apply some oil/lotion to hide them. Can mediven s cure this?
Dangerous: Mediven contain betamethasone, a potent steroid. It may provide short term benefit but, in the long run, can cause worsening acne and scarring. It should never be used on the face for any length of time and not without medical supervision. I would counsel you against using it. ...Read more