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Johnsons Baby Cream Medication
What are the best creams or pills to get a fair skin? Can I use lavender johnson and johnsons baby oil?
Creams and water: Pills are not the answer for improving your skin. Hydration and lubrication is. You need to read your labels and change how you bath and care for your skin. Drink 8-10 glasses of water daily. Limit bathing to 2 times a week if possible. Moisturize your skin at least once a day, twice if you can - it doesn't matter what moisturizer, as long as you do it consistently. Use sun screen on exposed skin! ...Read more
What is better to use daily for a 3 month baby, Johnson baby powder or diaper cream with every diaper change (there is no rash)?
Is Johnson's aqueous fragrance free cream or coconut oil safe to use for heat rash on the face of a two month old baby?
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?
My ear is blocked since 2days . I tried using Johnson buds and cream . But still there is blockage . And it is frustrating and leads to headache .
Go get an ear: lavage(wash) from minor emergency/walk in clinic or your personal physician. ...Read more
Is there any efficient treatment for stevens-johnson syndrome hyperpigmentation? It's been a year since my daughter had sjs, but now she has hyperpigmentation all over her body. Is there any specific type of cream or laser treatment that would help?
Skin peeling: Steven johnson syndrome may cause skin peeling mimicking a 3rd degree burn. As the result , hyperpigmentation may follow . There are bleaching cream for this condition but it would not be safe or practical to apply over the entire body. I suspect that this condition would fade with time but consult a dermatologist if it does not improve in a few months. This is truly a frightening reaction. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi, I think this is eczema on babies cheeks, hard and scaly rash, please advise on medication or creams to use?
Eczema: Avoid perfume soaps and lotions on his skin. Use a fragrance and perfume free lotion daily ...Read more
What if you had Steven Johnson syndrome from a medication that you need to take. Can you ever potentially take that medicine again in the future?
Unfortunately, No: you cannot have this medicine again in the future, your doctor will have to seek an alternative. If it were just a severe allergic reaction or even anaphylaxis, and no alternative available, desensitization can be tried by an allergist/immunologist, but in of case of history of SJS caused by the drug, desensitization won't work, the drug has to be avoided, good luck ...Read more
Can you still get stevens-johnson syndrome from medications you've tolerated both the first and second time in the past?
Although I know that any medication can, is Azithromycin commonly related to the rare Stevens Johnson syndrome?
No, not common: Stevens Johnson reactions are rare, so there isn't a commonly used medication that's commonly related to Stevens Johnson. ...Read more
I need to take Zithromax for possible PID, hate taking medication, severe anxiety about Stevens Johnson syndrome. What can you advise to help?
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
Yes: Absolutely, it is recommended for adults with very sensitive skin, being hypoallergenic. ...Read more
If i didn't dry my privet parts very well and wiped it with a johnson's baby wet wipes, is it bad? Cause i know you have to dry your privet parts prop
Baby wipes: No problem, but soap and water is a lot cheaper. ...Read more
My daughter is 1 and i wanna switch her from the johnson & johnson baby soap what soap should I switch her too?
Non perfumed soap: Use a non perfumed soap like dove. ...Read more
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