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What Is The Use Of Calosoft Lotion
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
Straight from plant: Keep sunburn cool w moist cool/cold compresses. Avoid alcohol containing products. Break off pieces of aloe vera plant ; apply sap to skin. Consider non-steroidal anti-inflammatory meds to reduce pain. Don’t yank off peeling skin or burst blisters. Seek med care for severe pain, fever, lack of improvement of sxs w/i several days or if a large surface area is blistered. Drink h2o. ...Read more
Yes: Especially if you have sensitive, dry skin, daily application of a fragrance-free, oil-free moisturizing lotion will promote normal desquamation and exfoliation of the epidermis. In addition, it will reduce insensible water loss and enhance the barrier function and water content of the epidermis and dermis. ...Read more
Sure: I have a Jergins lotion I use for this. Give you a nice tanned look you want, but gradually, while moisturizing your skin. Also, anything that will keep you from wanting to get in the sun for a real tan is a good thing! ...Read more
Sure, but...: ...It's not going to do much of anything. Soak some washcloths or small towels in cool water and apply them to the burned skin. Hydrocortisone cream will help decrease the inflammation as well. And learn the lesson that mr. Sun is trying to teach you: he is our friend, but we must respect his power; apply a good broad-spectrum sunscreen when you go out. ...Read more
Dry Skin: You should see your primary care physician for further evaluation and treatment options. ...Read more
Skin rashes: Based on what usually presents when patients ask such question, I believe your question is that you have skin rashes and you thought it might be due to allergy to the lotion. Several things can cause skin rashes and not always due to allergy. If you think that the lotion causes rashes, you should stop it right away and come see either an allergist or dermatologist to be evaluated and treated. ...Read more
Fielder's choice: Use what you please or none at all. ...Read more
When can I use baby powder, baby lotion and insect repellant lotion on my baby? She's 1 1/2 month now..
I'm 28 years old female. I would like to know if I could use after shave lotion or balm after I shaved my bikini area? Will that still work for me?
Yes: Yes you can. Try a gentle lotion with aloe which is soothing. Take care! ...Read more
How often can I use almactin body lotion? It helps keep my skin clear and not dry. I just don't want to wear spf during the summer. Similar lotions?
As often as you wish: No limit. Whatever feels best. SPF is not something you wear!!! Sun Protective Factor is a number which indicates sun protection. SPF 30, or at least 15, is as effective as any higher #. Sunscreens are added to many moisturizers that you are sure to like. Try some. You will like them. ...Read more
I had my third euflexxa injection today, I use my compound pain lotion they put me on. I am doing everything I am suppose to be doing, but I still hurt?
Regen or Surgery: Agree with dr. Trettin's excellent answer. You may be a candidate for platelet rich plasma (prp) or other forms of bone marrow derived regenerative medicine. But surgery may be the most appropriate option available to you. Discuss with a physician or surgeon who can further help guide your decision. ...Read more
I didn't realize my daily sunscreen should be reapplied so often. Seems counterintuitive to use so much lotion since sunscreen comes in small bottles and is so pricey. Must be why I keep on freckling?
Sun & skin: You are correct. Need to reapply per label directions to ensure proper skin protection. ...Read more
Sex: Actually we do not endorse products here on health tap. And, one does not usually go to the doctor to learn how to have sex or when to have sex. There are some very strict boundaries here. You really do not want the opinion of the doctor about how or when you are sexually active. I would bet that anything you use for lubrication that is a lotion or oil is just going to be fine. ...Read more
Cetaphil Cleanser: Most skin cleansers remove more than they should. As the brand of cleansers and moisturizers recommended by more dermatologists than any other, cetaphil® cleansers work to cleanse, moisturize and gently remove what your skin doesn’t need, without stripping away natural emollients and oils. Cetaphil® gentle skin cleanser and daily facial cleanser have gentle, non-irritating formula. ...Read more
OK: Alternatively could use water soluble lubricant such as lubafax, KY or surgilube jelly if necessary. Most men use nothing. ...Read more
Alvin'sBestSnakeOil: Of course I'm being facetious b/c there really isn't one best lotion for everyone. So before looking for solutions, focus on causes of dry skin eg http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/dry-skin/basics/causes/con-20030009. Check out http://www. Webmd. Com/beauty/dry-skin-13/cosmetic-procedures-skin-care-dry-skin for helpful ingredients in dry skin lotions. Failing that, go c ur Dermatologist. ...Read more
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I wouldn't: Most likely the formulators of ketoconazole shampoo developed it with knowledge of potential reactions between the drug and shampoo components. While unlikely, it is possible a random shampoo might contain something that adversely affects the performance of the drug. If you want to use as shampoo, have your doctor prescribe ketoconazole shampoo. I know it is probably more expensive: ( ...Read more
It may help a little: But it can be irritating as it is an acid and the skin under arm is thin ...Read more
Expired meds: It is not recommended to use anything past the expiration date. Some medications can be bad for you however most are just not as potent as unexpired. ...Read more
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