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Moisture Drops Medication
I think you may be: mistaken about your "moisture allergy".Could you better describe your ailment? ...Read more
I am getting a fine rash on my inner thigh I suspect that it may be due to moisture. can you recommend and ointment or medication to help with it?
How long will it take before the moisture is restored to your nostrils, after taking azithromycin? I'm on day three of my medication.
Nasal Congestion: You can use Normal Saline spray to help restore moisture to your nasal passages. ...Read more
Do i leave on the acne medication and the moisturizer when i apply clear moisturizer in the morning?
Yes: Unless you are instructed otherwise.Get a more detailed answer ›
I used clear moisturizer in the morning. Do i leave on the acne medication and the moisturizer when i apply them?
I am suffering from eczema.I am on medication which includes an anti-allergy10mg;a sunscreen50spf\u0026#41;,momate cream and a moisturizer,pacroma cream. Still no Change.help!
Eczema: You need to keep irritants to a minimum. Use only sensitive skin products. No fragrance or dye. Find something to stop the itch, like Benadryl, (diphenhydramine) Claritin or Zyrtec. Eczema gets worse if it's constantly being scratched. Also try a bleach bath. 1 cup bleach, in a full tub of water. Try this weekly. If no improvement, have it rechecked. ...Read more
My dghter, 3 yrs old had middle ear infection yesterday some moisture came out of the ear a mix between blood and "etter" can I continue with ear drop?
What drop ?: Bloody drainage during a middle ear infection suggests a rupture in the ear drum has let some of the infection drain. Antibiotic drops in the canal might be okay, but I would avoid antipyrine (pain) drops. You may want to call the treating doc to notify of the change. A follow up visit in a few weeks is needed to be sure the hole self repairs & infection healed. ...Read more
HealthTap: doesn't really advocate the use of any particular product. You might ask the pharmacist. Good luck. ...Read more
I had a drug allergy, i developed skin atrophy from oral steroids prednisone and it would burn from normal moisturizers the moisturizer gets stuck on?
Moist skin: Hello. For your skin to be at an optimum state of hydration, you need to be sure that you are drinking enough water. And by water, that's what we mean. Coffee, ice tea, soda doesn't count. Divide your weight in half(lbs) then add ounces. This gives a "rough" estimate of your daily needs. In winter months, more is needed for hydration. A topical moisturizer and humidifier in your bedroom will help. ...Read more
Diet and skin: For most eating a good healthy diet including fruits and vegetables is recommended. Drink plenty of water and consider taking a multivitamin daily. For most, diet has less to do with moisture than external factors including, harsh or pure soaps, frequent bathing or showering, bathing with hot water, etc. ...Read more
Water!: Be sure to drink plenty of water to keep the skin hydrated, use sunscreen to minimize skin damage, and don't smoke as this ages the skin. You'd be amazed how much these three simple things help. Otherwise, you can use a nourishing lotion (look for cocoa butter or shea butter or vaseline in the ingredients etc) as needed. ...Read more
Moisturize: Moisturize skin daily with a lotion or cream that contains ceramides. ...Read more
Fungi like moisture: and darkness. In humans, gets a foothold in ski folds, which are both moist and dark. ...Read more
What can I do if my skin always looks dry. Also i m there any home remedies to make my skin look moisture?
Olive oil, coconut: oil, and alpha hydroxy acids will help smooth skin and exfoliants will help remove dead skin with the acids ...Read more
I use vaseline but it seems to dry after an hr or so. I keep using it the whole day. Cant live without it.what should i do to regain natural moisture?
Dry skin: Work on good nutrition and drink at least 8 glasses of water per day (not all at once but slowly all day). Suggest you stop vasoline. Work on getting your skin wet with bath or shower and let your skin soak up the moisture, then AFTER your skin is wet, pat dry and apply good moisturizer lotion e.g. Eucerin, Nutragena or other. Key is to moisten skin with water, then apply lotion to hold in. ...Read more
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