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Aveeno Skin Related Agent
My whole body is itchy no matter what. I have used aveeno (oatmeal) lotion many times daily and i still itch everywhere. My skin is soft, not dry. Relief?
Many causes: Generalized itching(pruritis), in the absence of any visible abnormalities of the skin, can be due to occult(hidden) systemic illness such as malignancies and liver/biliary disorders.However, often times no definite cause is found. Anxiety, stress and psychiatric disorders can often cause itching. Medications can cause itching. For Advice for dealing with itching SEE: http://bit.ly/1u0iDFO ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ive been applying Aveeno (oatmeal) daily moisturizing to my face for a couple of days but now I noticed the skin in my face feels somewhat numb. Is this normal?
No: no, emollients should not cause numbing in the face. ...Read more
Would you recommend aveeno (oatmeal) products or tea trill skin line from the body shop for acne and oily skin?
Your choice: Aveeno (oatmeal) has some pricey, relatively weak salicylic acid glamourized with soy for some reason. Tea tree as an oil that's an estrogen and has made guys grow breasts. How abut getting serious? If topical benzoyl peroxide (dirty-cheap) as tolerated hasn't cleared you in two weeks, get with your personal physician for prescription-strength rx. ...Read more
What SPF number is best for my very pale 6 week old? Is aveeno (oatmeal) baby SPF 55 ok to use? I've heard if the # is too high it can burn their skin.
Sunscreen: You can use sunscreen on an infant less than 6m of age. Although it is recommended to keep your infant out of the sun. As they have very sensitive skin and can burn very easily. Spf of 30 ok. But keep baby covered. Shade. Long sleeves' long bottoms, hat. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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