Can a moisturizing cream for very dry skin help in allergic skin rash??

Won't help, and. won't harm, treating an allergic reaction depends on the severity and symptoms, ranging from applying topical steroid /antihistaminic creams, to giving antihistamines orally or by injection, up to hospitalization if need be. Dry skin needs skin care and seeing a dermatologist for better management, best wishes.

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As a permanent eczema sufferer, I've long struggled to find a way to ease the itching despite treatments for dry skin. Even if I constantly moisturise, there is still no way to know when and why an itch or rash will emerge. Have you any suggestions?

With Eczema. Moisturizers, drinking plenty of water. Avoiding long showers, using Luke warm water and prescription topicals will be helpful. Read more...
Eczema may be. related to food sensitivity or allergy. Please see your dermatologist. A good food sensitivity panel is offered by Great Plains Laboratory in KS, USA. The dried blood spot form can be done through the mail. Our skin is a detox organ. Peace and good health. Avoid skin creams containing alcohol, which is drying. Read more...

I think I have allergies. Very dry skin. Hurts when I put moisturizer on it. What should I do?

Dry skin. So people who have allergies also have dry skin to go with it. Use petroleum jelly or Aquaphor frequently throughout the day and immediately after bathing.. Avoid drying soaps or skin products with alcohol and fragrances. Read more...

I have very dry skin. Which vitamins is good to take and what good moisturizer you would advice for my face?

Please look at the. ingredients on the label of any skin cream you are thinking of using. If it has alcohol in it do not buy it. Alcohol dries the skin. Vitamin E capsules can help the skin. Peace and good health. Read more...

I have very dry skin around my nose & between my eyebrows it burns when I put moisturizer on it doesn't happen all the time what should I do about it?

Seborrheic dermatiti. Possibly seborrheic dermatitis. A dermatologist will help you. Meanwhile you can begin with an azole cream daily. Ketoconazole, clotrimazole, miconazole are OTC @ about $5. OTC hydrocortisone can be added for short periods. Prescription calcineurin inhibitor tacrolimus ointment is often effective. Prescription oral azol once a month is very effective. You can wash face with dandruff shampoo. Read more...

I have very dry skin, usually after a couple hours of applying my moisturizer and makeup I get dry flaky skin. I exfoliate too. How do I get rid of it?

See below. If it is on the face, you may have seborrhea, an eczema of oily areas, which may respond to otc hydrocortisone cream and Lotrimin (clotrimazole) Ultra creams 2 a day and regular moisturizing when clear. An AHA moisturizer may help as well by exfoliating as it moisturizes. If it is on the body, try switching to an AHA body moisturizer for several weeks, supplementing it with a regular ceramide moisturizer.. Read more...

I'm having an eczema allergy. Is it normal by applying moisturizer to my skin everyday? Or my skin will suffer from rashes

Yes. Eczema is not just an allergy, it is more of an atopy - it is genetic and there is a predisposition to react more to any specific allergen (more than other people). You need to keep your skin well hydrated, so yes you need to apply moisturizers daily. When you have flare ups which are not controlled by moisturizers, you will need steroid creams to decrease the rash. Read more...

I am as girl who have very dry skin, tried applying lots of moisturizers and creams, what can I do about it?

Timing. Use products that contain a large amount of oils, like baby oil, or petroleum products. Avoid products with alcohol. Use the moisturizers when your skin is damp-nothing adds moisture from the outside. The products only seal in what is already there. Be sure to drink a lot. Use a humidifier. Read more...
Dry skin treatment. Dry skin can have many causes such as thyroid disease, oral medications, genetics, too many showers, to hot of showers, and drying soaps. Treatment can be with prescription moisturizers like urea creams, Lactic Acid and over the counter creams like cerave or restoriderm. Read more...
Cerave,efas. The use of ceramides can help trap moisture in the skin. In addition add essential fatty acids such as flaxseed oil or a 3-6-9 blend to improve the skin from inside, . Read more...