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Last answer by Ashley Monroe 60 months ago +0 votes:
First drink more water and eat healthy foods. You should learn to identify which is good and bad habit. more
Last answer by Lauren Kattuah 60 months ago +0 votes:
A fire burn is a serious physical tragedy, and that your sister survived is a blessing.  Burn victims often lose an over amount of weight leading to other life threatenng conditions.  The skin is your bodies largest organ.  As amazing as it is at healing itself, the best thing for hyperpigmentation is to use natural sunblock.  Chemical whitening creams are only going to add mor... more
Last answer by Jael Gardiner 63 months ago +0 votes:
Razors can be very irritating to the skin, and adding a deodorant with perfumes that skin is sensitive to can make the problems worse. Try using a better razor with more strips that are better for sensitive skin, and use something better than soap to shave with. Also, use a deodorant for sensitive skin. more
Last answer by Amanda Wilkins 65 months ago +1 votes:
Rama I wouldn't call Eczema a dreaded skin disease but it certainly very unpleasant as it causes inflammation of the outer layer of skin and recurring rashes.The worst part is the terrible itching. It isn't curable but you can get medication to relieve the itching and reduce the symptoms.It is important to go to a medical practitioner if you do suffer from it.The skin gets very dry so it is impor... more
Last answer by Guimo Pantuhan 65 months ago +1 votes:
Leprosy is curable, and it has been curable for a long time already. Here in my country, treatment for leprosy takes one to two years. Medicines are not always available in the drugstores and these are very expensive. However, the government has a Leprosy program which provides these medicines for free for the entire treatment duration. This disease is caused by a bacteria that are hard to kill,... more
Last answer by Cenarius 65 months ago +1 votes:
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Last answer by Jessie Agudo 66 months ago +0 votes:
According to studies, dry brittle and rough nails that are almost separating from the nail bed is a condition that is not only unsightly but more importantly is an indicator of an existing infection.  "Onycholysis"  is the separation of the nail from the nail bed.  A famous manicurist cited that it is caused by bacterial or fungal infections. Dermatologist revealed that brittle, dry... more
Last answer by Phoenix Montoya 66 months ago +0 votes:
Zovirax is acyclovir, if you want a cheaper type ask for other brands. Calamine is just for itch, it doesn't have the antiviral content. Calamine may relieve the itch because it is an antihistamine... yes.But,  if you are prescribed with Zovirax, switch with the same drug with the same strenght and the same generic name.   more
Last answer by Iram Danish 73 months ago +0 votes:
Continous use of stretch mark creams are beneficial but the use should start as soon as the bump is visible. more
Last answer by Virginia Grant 75 months ago +2 votes:
I've been using Dove for over 50 years, it's pH balanced and doesn't dry your skin.  They have an unscented version as well. When I had my 1st child I asked the doctor if I should switch to Ivory and he said no, it wasn't balanced and it dried out the skin too much. The skin has a natural mantle of sebum (oils and other fluids) that protects it. You do not want to remove this, just clean off ... more
Last answer by oleg k 76 months ago +0 votes:
Hello Amanda, Thanks for reflecting on eczema. I have some sort of dry eczema (white scales on the infected part) and its too itchy some times. I apply lotion on it prescribed by my dermatologist. 1 year has gone but there seems to be no improvement. I heard that this disease is life long and does not go off completely. Is that true? more
Last answer by Dustin LaBarge 89 months ago +0 votes:
You could try a lead spacesuit! :) On a more serious note, olive-toned skin tends to brown VERY easily. I have seen 70+ and 85+ SPF, but it's very expensive and thick stuff, probably twice as much as the average SPF lotion. Most people tend to like their skin browning, but you can try these extremely high SPF factors or go outside fully-covered all the time. more
Last answer by Jane Thomas 95 months ago +0 votes:
Use a good toner daily, one that contains Alpha Hydroxy which will speed up the skin exfoliation process, helping to clear up the skin. more
Last answer by Jane Thomas 98 months ago +0 votes:
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Last answer by Tere Scott 99 months ago +1 votes:
Chapped lips in children - I've heard Carmex is good as far as commercial.  But, I like to use an organic, safe product from a personal provider - Wildflower Remedies. more
Last answer by James R. Coffey 101 months ago +3 votes:
I would suggest that it may be time to consider that dry skin on the underarms is indicative of a bigger problem. Underarm skin, like most areas of the body is naturally oily to keep it supple and pliable. If your underarms are not only dry but have dead skin, you may want to think about diet, soap use, deodorant choice, water intake, medication use, or other toxins that are making their way into ... more