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How can one product work both as a skin moisturizer and a soap?

The pharmacist gave me this cream for treating dry/dead skin on fingertips, and she also added that I can use it as a soap as well! The manufacturer also confirms this. Normally, you don’t apply soap ...
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Can using moisturiser make acne worse?

Over the last few weeks, I've started breaking out with medium-to-severe acne, and in an attempt to clear it up in the short-term I've been using the T-Zone Skin Clearing Face Moisturiser. However, I'...
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Does pure lanolin for sale in stores still contain vitamins?

I have heard that lanolin is a great source of certain vitamins, particularly vitamin d2 & d3. I like to use lanolin on my skin as a moisturizer, but I'd much rather use it in it's most natural ...
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In what order should ointment and lotion be applied?

I apply both moisturizing cream and a medicinal ointment/lotion on some recovering injuries. The skin is unbroken, and the medicinal lotion is primarily for the entry point of a titanium rod in my ...
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Industrial moisturizers vs natural moisturizers?

There are a lot of brand names for industrial moisturizers: Cetaphil, Ceradan, Vaseline, etc. Also, for natural ones, there are a lot too: coconut oil, olive oil, honey, etc. In my experience, ...
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How does body wash for dry itchy skin work?

Normal bodywashes remove the oils on skin that make it's dry. However, there is kind of body wash that specify for dry skin. I use them and they indeed make me feel less dry, however it's burning when ...
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Is constantly using oily moisturizer bad for your skin?

I have eczema and as a result I have to use moisturizer to reduce the dryness. I heard that coconut oil is pretty good. I tried it and indeed it helped. But I was told that I shouldn't use it ...