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 Does Pepsi cure acne?
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 Does the acne medicine- PROACTIV really work. My daughter just began using it, she's almost 13.?
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 I have black dots on my nose and they're not freckles. what are they and how do they go away?
I got them when i reached my teenage years. i really don't know what they are but I know they are not freckles because they are bumpy. I thought they were blackheads but I realized that I use ...


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what r some good ways to fight acne??...


 Do you know face washes that get rid of acne fast?
I need help because i have my first oficial date coming up! Could you help me please?...


 I have a illness and I don't know what it is. Can you help me?
I have skin-colored bumps on my leg that just deflate and inflate....


 Do I have skin cancer? Please help...?
Okay, so about a month ago, my armpit was feeling really itchy, so I itched it. It felt like this for about a week, and I was constantly scratching it. Then I saw a small, pink circle forming there. <...


 How can i get rid of old scars?
will skin bleach or skin lightening help get rid of them.
if so what are some good ones to ...


 I feel ashamed of begin dark skin black?.?
Every time i go to school someone always made fun of me and call me burnt and black monkey . You black you should bleach your skin up to beyonce or T.I complexion. Everyone told me that light skin ...


 Is it good or bad that your face stings when you put on moisturizer or lotion?
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 what would happen if i put wart remover on a zit?
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 what did you use to clear you your acne?
ive tryed everything and im soo tired of this. i have gone on accutane and everything. it helped but then it came right back again and its worse. i dont want to have to go on it again. any ...


 How to get rid of stretch marks?
I've had stretch marks on my arms for a while now an I really want to get ri of them. I'm 99% sure they're from growth as I am a teenager an tend to have growth spurts. Help is much ...


 What is the best way to treat a 2nd degree burn at home?
I have a pretty painful 2nd degree burn on the side of my arm.

I'll go to the doctor if I have to, but I'd prefer to try and treat it at home.

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 My sunburn started peeling...?
So i had a sunburn on my shoulders from water country and then 6 days later[now] it started peeling...and i could not but to help peel it off too. Now it's all red, wrinkled. and stings a bit. W...


 what do the white spots on your finger nails mean?
the little white spots you have on your finger nails. they kind of look like blobs of white paint under your nail....


 What would you use on a freshly peeled scab ?
from your face that was a zit before but now its just a red spot on your t zone thats like an open wound and sensitive..
like what would you put on there right now? especially to prevent it ...


 Do I have a baby face? ?
I am 13 but someone thought I was 14 then someone else thought I was 12
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 My nose is red and burns from blowing it all day. Any suggestions?

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 One of my friends used my lip gloss today...?
Which is fine, but she gets major cold sores. And now I'm afraid to put on that lip gloss because I don't want to get them!! Would I get cold sores if I used the stuff????
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Sioned P
Why am i so itchy all the time?
Am all ways inching but i don't no why??
                      








The One and Only!
Dunno, you tell me.


calistyforever
take a bath


Jess
Try some good lotion.


the capybara
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cos you are looking for Scratchy..:o)


Jenny J
is it winter where you are, are you taking hotter showers or baths lately, did you change your soap or washing powders.


Rebecca Hi
Rash


Rachel R
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You could be stressed, or not used to your enviorment if you recently moved. Or you could even have flease or some sort of bug in your sheets.


Dr Abs
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Don't scratch! That just irritates the skin further, leading to more itching and more scratching.
Take cool or lukewarm (not hot) showers or baths. If you use soap, make it a mild type without scent or deodorant, and rinse it off completely.
Try adding a little baking soda to lukewarm bath water and soaking the area for several minutes.
Keep the skin from drying out, especially after baths, by applying a mild lotion without scent or color.
Lay a cold compress over the irritated area.
Stay away from heat and humidity. Clothing and bedcovers should be loose, light, and nonirritating. Cotton is probably best.
Avoid scratchy fabrics, such as wool and rough upholstery.
Apply an over-the-counter preparation designed for minor skin irritations, such as calamine lotion or Burow's solution.
Try an over-the-counter oral antihistamine, such as diphenhydramine. Such drugs are designed to control allergic reactions and itching. But they can also make you drowsy, so be careful about when you take them, and follow the directions on the container.

Hope it will get better for you soon!


liverpool lou
YOU MAY HAVE SENSITIVE SKIN DONT USE BIOOGICAL SOAP POWDER ;USE SUITABLE FOR BABIES , SOAP POWDER FOR YOUR UNDERWEAR AND NITE WEAR. ALSO MAYBE INVEST IN ONE OF THOSE DUST MITE GADJETS DUST MITES ARE USUALLY THE CAUSE MY ITCHING STOPPED WHEN I BOUGHT ONE ,THEY ARE ONLY SMALL AND COMPLETELY SILENT


Tee
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it could be a numerous a reason, but you want be the first to experience this either. Make a doctors appointment first and get them to check you for allergies, then you can do a follow-up with a dermatologist. If you can't make it to the doctor then just use a good lotion and try something like Benadryl, claritin or Zyrtec.


LIONDANCER
Switch soaps. The one you are using might be drying your skin too much.


JennyC
dry or sensitive skin. try using natural soaps without perfumes even to wash your clothing. also use aveeno lotion on the itchy parts to help moisturize. if this does not work go to your dr's to get a referral to dermatologist.


Chazz W
if you have been by some one whos realli dirty and unhygieneic then you can get something called scabies it makes you itch all the time anbd is vcery uncomfortable i would go to the doctors about it or even clean you whole room/house and disinfect all your bed covers every night this gets rid of them.... also dont go near any unhygeinic people and tell all your mates to do this too cause they nmight have it

not gd stuff

but go to the doctor first they will be able to tell you more than me


Mickey.Slick
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its probably dry skin, especially if you like hot showers/baths.

you can try making the water cooler (it should really just be warm, not hot) and then after you get out, and before toweling off, apply lotion, it will help keep the moisture in.

you could also be allergic to your laundry detergent or fabric softener. you can try switching them to something more hypoallergenic (but do one at a time so you can tell if its one or the other)


rosalina c
dry skin-use a good lotion like e45


diamond
hi There,well it could be alot of things,depends where you are itchy the most and i don't mean that cheeky it could tell where the source is,you may of ate something or you may have flies from an animal or human ones sorry the doctor will know.many many different things.

good luck


wonderingmind
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you could be allergic to some product you use every day..get an allergy test by your dermotologist
you could have exxima..ask your doc about it
use hydrocotizone cream


reader
You probably got bit,
or you're allergic to something

try cleaning your body (shower)
wash clothes, or whatever you sleep in or on
and apply anti-itching cream

hope this helps


Sarah H
maybe you are allergic to something? go to your doc's for an allergy test.


allgiggles1984
dehydration makes you itch. It could be excema or a skin problem that needs looking at by dermotologist. Ask doctor to have look and he might refer u to skin specialist if needed. Apart frm that, no spicy foods, less coffee, chocolate and foods that dehydrate i.e. olives, garlic and spicy foods and more water in your diet i.e. fruit juices. Coffee and tea are known as DEHYDRATING so when they say fluids they mean HYDRATING things so no coffee or tea. If u want tea, then have decaffienated. It could also be your washing liquid or powder you are using. If it isnt washed off properly, it could make u itch.


ranunculusviridis
There could be many reasons but, at this time of year, many people get winter itch. It comes from colder weather taking the moisture out of your skin.

My doctor recommended only warm, not hot, showers and baths using either Oil of Olay or Dove soap. I have found that those two brands also make a liquid soap with a big stripe of moisturizer in it. He said, when getting out, to apply the lotion of either brand BEFORE YOU DRY OFF. This will help to keep some of that moisture from the bath/shower in and prevent itching.

There are OTC and prescribed meds that you can take (but watch out! All of the anti-itch meds make me ITCH! Weird, eh?)


old know all
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Is it just where your clothes go? You could be having a bad reaction to your washing powder or (more likely) your fabric softener. Try giving your underwear an extra rinse by hand.
If that's not the case, it might be your soap. Try Dove.


Marin Vielli UK
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Dont mess about go and see your doc , only way to know for sure.


Lily's Mommy!
Dry skin possibly? You didn't really give enough information for us to answer.


Unhinged....
fleas?


MYTH BUSTER Mission Accomplished
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maybe its because your the president of the itchy and scratchy fan club lol. Ask your dermatologist.


Kevin Gu
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If you sweat a lot, the salt on your skin may make you feel itchy.


wisma29
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Check your blood sugar.


Cosita Rica
You might have dry skin. Gold bond is great for dry skin(=^-^=)


entertainer
you could just have sensitive skin that reacts to changes in Temperature. I have this but have managed to get it some what under control the worst time of year is the winter when you go from being inside with heating etc to the bitter cold outside.

Doctors have suggested keeping the skin soft and use an intensive moisturiser but that's all they could give me and this has been going on for about 28 years.

It is truly annoying at times and no one understands but I totally emphasisewith you.


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