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I recently changed my lotion to another line. But my skin is irritated! what should I do?

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Dr. Karen Han
Dermatology
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In brief: Stop the new lotion

You might be allergic or sensitive to the new line of lotion.
The best is to stop it, change back to the original lotion, or use a generic lotion such as cetaphil or eucerin. If you don't improve, you should see your doctor for evaluation in case the irritation is not due to the new line of lotion.

In brief: Stop the new lotion

You might be allergic or sensitive to the new line of lotion.
The best is to stop it, change back to the original lotion, or use a generic lotion such as cetaphil or eucerin. If you don't improve, you should see your doctor for evaluation in case the irritation is not due to the new line of lotion.
Dr. Karen Han
Dr. Karen Han
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Dr. Steven Hubert
Dermatology

In brief: Use another brand

You may be irritated or allergic to the new brand.

In brief: Use another brand

You may be irritated or allergic to the new brand.
Dr. Steven Hubert
Dr. Steven Hubert
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