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Marlex Liquid Soap Medication
Depends: Not very lubricating, in fact may be drying so depends upon how much lubrication is needed. ...Read more
To clarify my previous question I Made soup not sure if I rinsed off all the liquid dish soap, Storebrand,on mixer do I need to worry?
Not harmful: Traces of dishwashing soap are on our dishes, glassware, and dinnerware. It is not harmful to us. That being said, humans put too much junk into our Earth's water supply. Thus, we should use as little soap as possible, and try to use environmentally "friendlier" soaps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
None: All soaps work the same way, by dissolving salts and oils. Whether the soap is liquid or bar they do the same thing. ...Read more
No: All soaps, powder or liquid, have a bipolar molecule with a water soluble group on one end and fat soluble on the other. Most persistent dirt is fat soluble, which binds to the fatty end of the soap, and the water soluble end carries it off. Powders and liquids vary in concentration and this may affect the power, but both act by the same mechanism. ...Read more
I prefer: Skin ceuticals....There are many wonderful cleansers for many different skin types. If you are looking over the counter type products, unscented neutrogena facial bar or liquid pump is very good for sensitive skin. A very good skin investment you will use forever is a clarisonic with any cleanser--it will always cleanse the best without "pulling" on the skin. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What may be some causes of pearly white, "liquid soap texture" discharge? Almost looks like white glue. It has no foul smell either.
Normal: White discharge (vaginal?) is usually normal if no odor or itching. It is the normal hormonal discharge. ...Read more
Keep vag. life alive: A woman can just use the same mild shower soap that she washes everywhere else with, and just gently rub the places between the big labia and her thighs, and between the big labia and her small inner labia, and around the clitoris. That should gently remove excess oils (sebum) and stuff. Of course, "over-cleaning" can lead to rashes. The actual vagina is inside the body and does not need washing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Probably OK...but...: Anything to increase lubrication and ease friction for sex pleasure is okay to use with care: Watch for possible skin sensitivity to product ingredients and avoid the mucosa such as that of urethra/vagina if any possible. Of course, let common sense tell us what we should do. As to being "good" or "bad", it's personal feeling and decision. But, if still in doubt, ask Doc timely. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Vulvo-vaginal tissue can be very sensitive at times. ...Read more
The left side of my tongue registers liquid as tasting like soap and the right side of my tongue registers sour. This is entirely new to me. Cause?
Taste buds: There are taste buds on the side of the tongue. The opposite sides are more sensitive to various taste sensations. ...Read more
What is the best bar soap for facewash, i need a soap that don't dry my skin but moisturise it but not leaving it greasy, liquid wash to hars fro me .
Bee ; Flower: Soap can be purchased in chinatown or on line. It is easy on the skin and pleasant smelling. One type is called sandalwood, but there are several others. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Ivory: Ivory is a good quality soap but sometimes may lead to dryness if overused. I have no problem with it for your purpose. Dove is another pleasant alternative. If you are looking for a soap that truly kills bacteria, you could use hibiclens for a week while healing but not for regular use all the time. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Iheard its better to use liquid facewash instead of bar soap bcus bar soap builds bacteria on skin, my face loves bar soap so is this true or not ?
Bee ; Flower: Soap can be purchased in chinatown or on line. It is easy on the skin and pleasant smelling. One type is called sandalwood, but there are several others. Soap loosens up the debris and lets it wash away. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Schedule c-section in one week, told to use antibacterial soap but not specific kind. Should I use dial liquid, CHG soap, or hibiclens?
Hibiclens would: be my pick, as staph/ strep are the most common superficial infections post-operatively. ...Read more
I'm on accutane. I use baby liquid soap 2 times/wk which has ingredients (in 100ml):lactic acid=1g, lactoserum atomisat=0.93g. The ph=3.5. Is it safe?
I learned about smegma today. Im uncut i notice even after rising my penis w/ head back there still more liquid. Is that okay? Redness below tip soap?
Normal? depends...: Smegma is the end product of shed skin cells aggregated between the head of penis and foreskin in uncircumcised or incompletely circumcised men. Generally speaking, regular cleansing with adequate drying after each voiding will enhance topical hygiene and avoid or minimize the inflammation or infection. Of course, avoid topical physical friction such as masturbation or ... Beware. Any doubt? See.. ...Read more