I was on this site looking for other information and ran across this forum on skin conditions.
I've been dealing with skin problems all my life and about 12 years ago found out what was the best treatment for my condition. Even my dermatologist was amazed with what happen with my hands. After many treatment programs, nothing was clearing the condition until I tried my own. This will help many types of skin conditions.
I'm chemical sensitive to just about everything including soaps, hand creams and drug reactions. Steroids just inflamed the condition to the point I was hospitalized. Just thought I would post this information and maybe it will help someone on this forum.
Tide unscented laundry soap
When using cleaners, use latex un-powdered gloves ( any beauty supply store or medical supply. Cheaper at the beauty supply.. smile
Only use the gloves when necessary and only for a short period of time.
Dish soap: Dawn Apple Blossum only.. the others tend to cause reactions.
Bathing: Cetephel soap, you can find the other cheaper soaps but read your labels. They are usually right next to the Cetephel in your drugstores.
Now here's the secret: For all rashes, itching, burning to the point of cracked skin with bleeding this will probably help. It made a believer out of my dermatologist.
Udder Balm, not just any type only the brand that the feed and grain store sell for animals. Now you all are probably thinking, I've lost my mind but you would be surprised what you learn from experience.
Hope this helps some of you. Just let you know, My screen name is posted this way because I have two therapy and support Yorkies for Cancer. I even use this on them and it works mericales on them.
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?