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Why dose my son eat. Lotion?

Why dose my son eat. Lotion?

Lotion: Having 4 kids and 6 grandkids, the simple answer is because he can. Kids at this age explore their environment by putting everything in their mouth. You put lotion on him all the time and he sticks out his tongue to get some to explore and because it is a game to him. Fortunately it is not dangerous unless he were to eat the whole bottle. ...Read more

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What if we use morr-f 7.5% lotion?

What if we use morr-f 7.5% lotion?

No problem: This is a topical solution used for hair loss. There should be no problems with it and it may help. ...Read more

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Would fake tan lotions cause any damages?

Skin Care: Multiple lotions have side effects and should not be used without a good dermatologist evaluation and recommendation. Over the counter medications fall into herbal treatments which are not monitored by the fda and are therefore able to offer unproven benefits and not disclosing the side effects. ...Read more

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I'm a crarrie! Any type of specific lotion!

As above: I am sorry I did not. Understand u question, specific lotion for what? ...Read more

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What is the active element in anti-aging lotions?

The answer to: Your question fills a book. Dr Zoe Draelos wrote a wonderful book on cosmeceuticals that would help answer your question. My book doesn't come out til next year so I would look hers up:) ...Read more

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What is an astrigent lotion and what it is used for?

Drying agent: An astringent is something to dry up an area - would have to know what you were referring to. ...Read more

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What is an astrigent lotion and when should it be used?

What is an astrigent lotion and when should it be used?

Cleansing: Astringents are used as cleansers for people with oily skin, as in a treatment of acne. Typically they are used after a facial cleanser and before a moisturizer. Using it more than once a day can be overlying drying and remove the face's natural oils, however, so you should only use it when necessary and probably not every day. ...Read more

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Is it possible to overdose or use to much lotion? I have ecszma and constantly use tons of lotions all over my body.

Is it possible to overdose or use to much lotion? I have ecszma and constantly use tons of lotions all over my body.

Lotions: Moisturizing lotions are safe when used multiple times a day. Corticosteroid containing creams should be used for limited periods of time as prescribed by a dermatologist to Avoid certain side effects such as thinning of the skin. ...Read more

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I have a bad kneck pain, that gets worse when exposed to cold wind. I seems to get worse in the evening, I have applyed all kinds lotions, but seem help.

I have a bad kneck pain, that gets worse when exposed to cold wind. I seems to get worse in the evening, I have applyed all kinds lotions, but seem help.

Have: Have you had a previous neck injury? If so you may be dealing with arthritis pain, which is typically exacerbated by cold weather. Although this is probably the cause there are other things that need to be ruled out such as neck strain, or even disc disease. You should schedule an appointment with your primary care doctor, and in the meantime try Ibuprofen or advil (ibuprofen) if not contraindicated. ...Read more

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What are eye lotions?

What are eye lotions?

Lotion: Lotions are skin preparations and should not be used on the eye itself, unless you would like to feel uncomfortable discomfort. ...Read more

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Does lotion help sunburn?

Does lotion help sunburn?

Aloe straight from: The plant is recommended. Lotions w aloe don't have a high enough aloe concentration. Aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) can v redness, pain, itching ; swelling from burns. It has anesthetic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial ; antifungal qualities. It speeds burn healing by stimulating new skin growth. ...Read more