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Can Baby Oil Cause A Rash
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
Safe To Use Baby Oil: "Baby oil" is commonly applied to babies' skin. It does not moisturize however due to it's poor absorption by the skin. Beyond this, it can be used as massage oil on infant skin. Classical baby oils are safe when used as directed. As with any product, carefully read the label, avoid dyes & fragrances, avoid phthalates & parabens. See your doctor for any abnormal skin condition your infant may have ...Read more
Baby oil: No. Practice excellent hygiene. And, if using as a lubricant for sexual activity, be considerate of partner - ask if ok. Be gentle. ...Read more
Possibly: Based on your stated age, the use of certain lubricants, such as oils, can disrupt the normal vaginal bacteria and permit abnormal bacterial growth causing bacterial vaginosis or atrophic vaginitis. Water based lubricants or those also containing glycerine would be a better choice. ...Read more
Will baby oil get inside the urethra and cause problems if used as a lube to masturbate with for a circumcised man?
Don't use: Too much. And don't be too aggressive. Should not have major issues with the oil. ...Read more
Is Johnson baby oil ok to use for masturbation lube? Some say it's not good because it is petroleum derived. Will it enter urethra and cause problems?
Yes, it's Ok...:
Yes, it's Ok to use baby oil during masturbation. It will not cause problems with urethra.
Do not use baby oil for vaginal or anal penetration sex.
Make sure to wash and wipe dry afterwards so the oil doesn't cause acne in your genitals.
KY jelly is commonly used for masturbation, vaginal sex, and anal sex.
You can talk with urologist about treatment for Peyronie's disease. ...Read more
Could baby oil cause tinea versicolor?? I used to put a lot of lotion and baby oil on my body and now I have white ash spots
I used to use a lot of baby oil and lotion on my body can that cause a fungus??? I have white ash spots can that tinea versicolor
Although it would be unlikely for oils and lotions to cause fungal infections in people with normal skin, there are chemicals in some products that create sensitivity and rashes. Tinea versicolor is a fungal infection which may have been able to infect you if you have become sensitive to the oils and your skin cannot protect itself as well as usual.
I use baby oil for shaving, if some gets inside of my vagina could it cause infection? Namely bacterial vaginosis or yeast infection?
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Can baby oil gel used during intercourse cause contact dermatitis near vagina? *I have sensitive skin & breaks out in hives often.
No: Baby oil is not a good choice as a personal lubricant. Over time this may cause irritation to the genital skin. Additionally, the oil weakens latex condoms; therefore, making them less effective at preventing unintended pregnancy and stds. Try to find a water based lubricant that is designed for intimate use. ...Read more
Masturbate lubricate: Masturbation lubrication is best achieved with a water-based lubricant, not oil-based as a baby oil is. This is especially true for females who have much more open/exposed mucous membranes than men do. The oil on skin is not so bad, but on the mucous membranes can be irritating and make one prone to infections, including uti's. Would suggest sticking to water-based lubricants like KY jelly. ...Read more
Baby oil for rosacea: Unfortunately the redness from rosacea is very difficult to treat. Baby oil is unlikely to do much except clog your pores. I would recommend trying one of the over the counter redness relief lines from clinique or eucerin or a consult with your doctor to try some prescription rosacea medications. ...Read more
Probably safe: These products begin to break down over time & some of the degradation products may be a bit irritating. However, it is likely to be safe for a year or so after a listed expiration date. ...Read more
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