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What is the best bath oil for psoriasis?

What is the best bath oil for psoriasis?

Psoriasis: There are many. Two options are to simply try different ones and see which works best for you. The other option is to discuss with your dermatologist since they will have much more experience with this. ...Read more

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What else can I do to avoid dry skin? Bath oil?

What else can I do to avoid dry skin? Bath oil?

Hydrate!: Try to find out what causes your dry skin. Is it something you use on your skin? Some food you ingested? How much fluids do you take and what kind? Drink adequate amounts of water! avoid scented soaps and creams, try using creams with few ingredients and apply frequently. Avoid very hot baths and very long ones as they may strip your skin from natural oils. You may try olive oil in your bath. ...Read more

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My 17month old child was exposed to lamp oil on his skin. He has broken out in a rash. I gave him a bath. What else should I do? What if he ate some?

Toxic substance: Scented and unscented lamp oil is kerosene without the bad smell. But contrary to popular belief, the additives (benzene, naphtha) that masks the smell makes lamp oil potentially dangerous, and if absorbed by the skin and mucous membranes it could be harmful. Please call poison control for complete information: 1 -800-222-1222. ...Read more

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Had surgery. Stiches on face. Can i go for steam bath? Any risk of infection? If i want to go, can I use oil on stiches and go for steam bath?

Had surgery. Stiches on face. Can i go for steam bath? Any risk of infection? If i want to go, can I use oil on stiches and go for steam bath?

Ask Surgeon.: Although online forums can be useful, these types of questions should only be answered by your surgeon. Remember that he/she knows your situation best and is ultimately responsible for your care. Taking advice from online consultants can be misleading and/or dangerous. Best wishes. ...Read more

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I applied olive oil to my hair before taking a bath.Will this make my hair grow long and can u suggest other things to make it grow more faster?

I applied olive oil to my hair before taking a bath.Will this make my hair grow long and can u suggest other things to make it grow more faster?

Olive oil healthy: I don't think olive oil will make your hair grow longer, but it may keep the hair from splitting and breaking, so in effect can help it grow longer. Best things for hair growth -- balanced diet, adequate protein intake, getting enough B vits and Vit D. Gentle hair care to avoid damage and breakage. ...Read more

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In atopic eczemacan I use very dilute solution of clobestasol in olive oil immediately after bath one or twice in a week?

In atopic eczemacan I use very dilute solution of clobestasol in olive oil immediately after bath one or twice in a week?

What's the ?: Am you asking whether this is safe as for safety , you will need to calculate the actual quantity of clobetasol used to assess potential side effects. However if you are using less than 3 gm of clobetasol 0.05% / wk topically, i think the risk of side effects would be minimal. In atopic dermatitis , the most important step is using a moderate-thickness moisturizer immediately after bathing. ...Read more

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My hair is falling down when i take bath or applying oil on head..How to stop this..Is there any problem of applying shampoo while taking bath.

Hair loss: You should go to the doctor for bloodwork to evaluate your hair loss. As long as you rinse off, there is no real issue with applying shampoo while bathing. I wouldn't sit in a dirty tub though, it is not great for your private parts. ...Read more

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Itching all over the body. No rash nothing at all. It just itches a lot all over. I put baby oil after i bath still its not okay!! :(?

Itching all over the body. No rash nothing at all. It just itches a lot all over. I put baby oil after i bath still its not okay!! :(?

See dermatologist: If the itching is so bothersome, you should consult a dermatologist since dry skin is apparently not the issue. The itch pathway is far more complex than we had thought and no longer just a matter of histaminic action. (I assume you have tried antihistamine already. If not, you may give it a try). ...Read more