Can someone recommend me of cream or ointment for vitiligo on my crotch?
Asked by Katheleen Roccio 2 years ago.
what works really well is when I get a break out I put a dap of antibacterial hand soap on the zit...make sure to cover it well... leave it about 2 or 3 minutes, wash off and I put polysporin on it... it is for bacterial infections in cuts and stuff and in a day the zit is gone, sometimes it is gone by the next morning.... but you need to get at it when it first starts.. if it is an already established zit... or acne... just do this everyday and it will really help.. cause a zit is an infected hair folicle, so get rid of the infection and it works Answered by Emanuel Hartmann 2 years ago.
Help! I've got onycholysis!?
Do you know where can I buy a treatment (without prescription)to cure my nails???? What treatment will really help?
Asked by Harland Macedonio 2 years ago.
<Answered by Isobel Landquist 2 years ago.
Applying some preventive measures will make the onycholysis less likely to occur. Avoid trauma to the affected nail, and keep the nail bed dry. For nail abnormalities due to ingrown toenails, wear shoes that don't squeeze the toes together, and always cut the nails straight across along the top. Affected person with Onycholysis do not wear shoes that squeeze the toes together, and always cut the nails straight across along the top. Avoid frequent exposure to harsh chemicals including nail polish remover, wear light cotton gloves under vinyl or rubber gloves for repetitive immersion of nails in water because they expand with moisture and then shrink while drying. Patients should clip the affected portion of the nail, and keep the nails short. Answered by Enedina Melfi 2 years ago.
Remedies for skin care?
Asked by Natividad Barraclough 2 years ago.
Many pills: Accutane Acticin Aldara Aristocort Azelex Benzac Diprolene Elocon Furacin Grifulvin Ilosone Mentax Oxsoralen Renova Rheumatrex Temovate Valtrex but talk to your doctor... Answered by Issac Granfield 2 years ago.
We need more info - what kind of skin? Natural or shop-bought remedies? What do you need to treat? Then maybe we can help you more. Answered by Sonny Schueth 2 years ago.
I would really like to know if anyone has used the tanning injections or nasal spray?
Asked by Yahaira Salyards 2 years ago.
Best to go with a topical fake bake; that's strictly superficial and will go away with a good exfoliant. There's ways to do it, but I believe the Oxsoralen that John Griffin used in "Black Like Me" can cause a greater risk of cancer or other skin diseases (I think it's indirect, from light exposure), and if it's Melanotan you're thinking of, that stuff hasn't been approved yet by the US FDA, so it's probably not a good idea to get involved with it unless you can find someone running a clinical trial who can monitor you closely. Answered by Renae Kretzinger 2 years ago.