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Johnson And Johnson Baby Lotion
My 18 month old has dry patches on her arms and legs. What is the best thing to use when lotion doesn't work? Have used johnson and johnson's baby lotion
Dry : Dry skin is a very common issue among children and adults. Here are a few tips to keep you from itching. - bathe daily with a moisturizing soap such as dove or aveeno (oatmeal). Do not use drying soaps like ivory which can make skin even drier. - apply moisturizer immediately after the bath while the skin is still damp - use an odorless, colorless thick cream moisturizer such as eucerine or aquaphor. It may be a little greasy, but it'll seal in the moisture much better than a lotion. If the patches are becoming red, scaly, irritated, or just aren't improving, call your child's doctor. Your child may have eczema (extremely dry skin) and may benefit from topical steroids to get the flare under control. Good luck. ...Read more
No: Wash area morning and night. And use a non-comodonal lotion. ...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?
Is it safe to use cetaphil body wash and cream/lotion on a 6 week old baby face for hives and dryness or should I just use johnson's with oatmeal?
Dry skin?: There are several good moisturizers out there. The best time to apply your moisturizer is immediately after a bath or shower. For the cold dry air in the winter, you may need something thicker and more like a cream rather than a lotion. ...Read more
I use johnson and johnson baby wash or sometimes magic baby wash. Is it ok to use it as my body wash? Or do I need something strong? Since i'm a adult
Fine to use baby pro: You may use baby products. Usually baby products have less perfumes and scents and are generally less allergenic. ...Read more
Is it safe to use Johnson and Johnson baby products like body wash and shampoo for newborn babies considering they have fragrances?
Safe vs advised: Many of these products survive over the years because adults project their personal interest in pleasant smells or fragrances on to the baby.We have no way of knowing if the baby can appreciate the fragrance or not, but you can count on many smaller infants becoming congested from their use.If you can smell it,tiny noses get congested from it. I advise fragrance free only. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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