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Skin-Care Emergency Please Help !
2021-04-24 23:01
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I’ve recently changed my soap to “Yardley London English Lavender Moisturizing Bath Bar” and my skin didn’t take to well to it, so I have an inflamed rash under my arms, not sure how to treat it considering I have very dry sensitive acne prone skin. If anyone has more knowledge on skin treatments, it’ll be much appreciated. I’m open to suggestions. Thank you !

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2021-04-25 08:30
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Last edited: 2021-04-25 08:40

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2021-04-25 08:32
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carolsag2020 said:
Use hydrocortisone you can get it over the counter if you can't get any right now maybe some calamine lotion also wash with cool water
or bacitracin,neosporin

c
2021-04-25 08:33
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carolsag2020 said:
carolsag2020 said:
Use hydrocortisone you can get it over the counter if you can't get any right now maybe some calamine lotion also wash with cool water
or bacitracin,neosporin
Apply a steroid cream. An over-the-counter steroid cream containing at least 1 percent hydrocortisone can help relieve itching and inflammation.
Try an anti-itch lotion. Calamine lotion can soothe the skin and prevent scratching.
Take an antihistamine. ...
Take an oatmeal bath. ...
Apply a wet compress.
I googled what to put on a rash and listed what they suggested

c
2021-04-25 08:35
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[quote=carolsag2020]

carolsag2020 said:
carolsag2020 said:
Use hydrocortisone you can get it over the counter if you can't get any right now maybe some calamine lotion also wash with cool water
or bacitracin,neosporin
Apply a steroid cream. An over-the-counter steroid cream containing at least 1 percent hydrocortisone can help relieve itching and inflammation.
I googled what to put on a rash and listed what they suggested
Try an anti-itch lotion. Calamine lotion can soothe the skin and prevent scratching.
Take an antihistamine. ...
Take an oatmeal bath. ...
Apply a wet compress.
Last edited: 2021-04-25 08:37

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2021-04-25 08:36
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duplicate

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2021-04-25 08:39
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carolsag2020 said:
Use hydrocortisone you can get it over the counter if you can't get any right now maybe some calamine lotion also wash with cool water
it should feel better in 24 hours

c
2021-04-25 08:40
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2021-04-25 08:44
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2021-10-14 22:45
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Have you tried ishonest for dry problematic skin?

Last edited: 2021-10-14 22:45

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