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How To Shampoo With Cetaphil
My 22 month old daughter has eczema, and we use cetaphil lotion and body wash, but she scratches the back of her head. What shampoo should I use?
Can i put cetaphil baby lotion my 1yr-old son's skin that has HFMD? We use aveeno shampoo and wash and I noticed without putting lotion, his skin is drying
Yes, you can: Any mild moisturizer would be fine--will not interact with HFMD ...Read more
After using medicated shampoo my skin throughtout my body has become somewhat wrinkly, red, irritated. I apply so much moisturizer but nothing helps?!
Medication allergy: Stop the shampoo and go see a doctor. ...Read more
Is it safe to use Shea tea tree shampoo then neutrogena acne pads after shower and then finishing with Shea moisturizer? I keep a shaved head.
I DO NOT SEE ANY HARM IN WHAT YOU ARE DOING.
THEY ARE SAFE ENOUGH, UNLESS YOU DEVELOP AN ALLERGY TO THEM . . .
HOWEVER, I DO NOT KNOW WHY YOU ARE DOING THEM.
BEST LUCK ...Read more
I have dandruft and sobberic dermatitis. Bought nezoral last week. What is the shampp that i can use daily? And is there a moisturizer cream to help?
Physiogel: In my experience my patients responded better to physiogel because it was a more hydrating cleanser and moisturizer. I would still recommend that you try both out at different times on a small area of your eczema to see which one works best for you. ...Read more
Several steps: First clean the area and dry it. Then apply the clindamycin as you want this antibiotic to penetrate into the lesion area. Then you can top it off with the moisturizer if the area still seems dry. You may however omit the cetaphil if the area is moist after the clindamycin. ...Read more
Is cetaphil facial cleanser could cause serious damage to the body if used frequently for a long time?
No, it's fine to use: Cetaphil facial cleanser or skin cleanser are milder than soaps. The Cetaphil cleansers don't take away too much skin oil, so the cleansers don't leave your skin too dry. These cleansers can be used every day instead of soap. They are not "facial scrubs" or "exfoliators" so won't be abrasive to skin. (Use a little each time, because all cleansers go down the drain, to our water supply or oceans (oxymetazoline).) ...Read more
When you've had extractions done to your face without facial, is it okay to wash face with cetaphil at the end of the day?
Yes: Cetaphil is a facial cleanser. Apply a small amount and monitor for any reaction before applyiing to your entire face. ...Read more
What would cause ones face to stay oily after using cetaphil and sweat allot when outside its 95 here maybe humidity ? And I'm outta shape
Cetaphil Cleanser: Most skin cleansers remove more than they should. As the brand of cleansers and moisturizers recommended by more dermatologists than any other, cetaphil® cleansers work to cleanse, moisturize and gently remove what your skin doesn’t need, without stripping away natural emollients and oils. Cetaphil® gentle skin cleanser and daily facial cleanser have gentle, non-irritating formula. ...Read more
See a doctor: Rosacea is a very common disorder and affects as many as 1 out of 3 people. It can also be very hard to control with over the counter products alone. Many physicians will recommend a combination of a low dose oral antibiotic along with a topical anti-fungal and perhaps a steroid to address both chronic as well as acute symptoms. Best to see a doctor and have them individualize a program. ...Read more
Yes: Among many cleansers useful for dry, sensitive skin. The salient feature is pH of 6 to 7. Avoid caustic soaps, pH 9 to 10, such as Ivory, if you have dry skin. Avoid antibacterial and deodorant soaps. Unless you are allergic to scents (not common) you can use unscented or any smell which appeals to you. ...Read more
No: If by "intimate" you're referring to your delicate parts, the answer is no, especially for the vagina and anal areas. Harsh soaps can cause drying, cracking and itching, and should be avoided. In fact, it's best to minimize the use of soap at all: just a little water is enough. ...Read more
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Worth a try!
1 of my problems was messing around with different products?Cetaphil is the only thing that doesn't break me out/irritate 2 repair my skin do I continu
Try This: Cetaphil has a new product on the market called "cetaphil dermacontrol oil control foam wash" that I have had excellent results with patients. I do not like to endorse one brand over another but this product has shown great results thus far. It is worth a try. ...Read more
Various reasons: Any facial product will contain several active and inactive ingredients. I would recommend giving your face a break for a few days and try another product. Only use it on a small area of your face at first in case there is another outbreak. There are several holistic oily skin web sites available for your review to see if a technique suggested there might help too. ...Read more
Vaginal wash: Best not to clean the interior of the vagina with products. ...Read more