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What Should I Look For In An Over The Counter Skin Care Product
Depends: Depends on what your skin care needs are... Do you have problems with acne? Dry skin? In general, products that are fragrance-free and lack unnecessary ingredients are preferred. Some safe choices are cerave & cetaphil products. You should see your physician or be evaluated by a dermatologist for more specific recommendations given your skin type. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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I have a yeast infection & skin down there is very raw. I am on diflucan (fluconazole). What over-the-counter product can soothe small tears on labia? Any creams?
What do you mean?: You mean psoriasis, if that you means psoriasis, here is mypersonal experience. Psoriasis soap, psoriasis lotion, psoriasis cream or psoriasis conditional.Manuka, neem and karanja known for their anti-bacterial and anti-fungicidal properties, control itchiness while avocado moisturizes your scalp and hair. This natural conditioner for scalp psoriasis leaves your hair clean. ...Read more
Is there an over-the-counter product that will increase the size of my penis or at least give me an erection?
Be careful: I'm not aware of anything that has been proven safe or effective. Suppliments have been excepted from fda scrutiny as long as it is labeled "not designed to treat any medical condition" this is a dangeous cop out by the congress. There have been reports of many otc suppliments coming from china that actually contain meds like viagra (sildenafil) without labeling. Talk with your pcp about your problem. ...Read more
Can I use azaderm (azelaic acid) as an over-the-counter product to remove post acne inflammatory hyperpigmentation red marks?
Won't work: It's not a bad option for preventing new lesions from forming. The red and/or pigmented lesions need to fade over time. If you are still getting lesions, and topical agents aren't clearing them, please get with your physician. ...Read more
I workout, & eat very healthy. Over the counter products don't work or my skin seems to have allergic reactions. What can be the cause of my outbreaks?
Need testing: If you have had allergic reactions to more than one unrelated cream or lotion it might reflect an allergy to one of the preservatives, color additives or fragrances in these products. To identify and help you avoid the offending ingredient, patch testing can be done by your dermatologist or allergist. ...Read more
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