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Old 07-29-2007, 09:07 PM
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Skin problems

I have been suffering from some skin problems the two days, but now it is intolerable. It is always itching and I am having like a type of inflammations. It is the first time, I having this kind of skin diseases. While being on the net, I came through this, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rash about skin rash. I’ve learnt also about a crème which can cure skin diseases including skin rashes on this site,

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But I don’t know if it will be advisable to use this crème without prescription. Has anyone used this crème?? Is it effective?? I would like to know more about skin diseases, please.

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Old 07-30-2007, 06:30 AM
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I don't know anything about that product. My DGS has exzema, which causes him to break out and itch, something fierce. He really breaks out when he comes to my house, so we think he is allergic to my carpet, becuase his feet get the worst, unless we put socks on him all the time.

Anyway, we have found that Eucerin cream works great! It seems to keep the red, itchy, scaly skin from spreading and it stops the itch. Also, make sure the Eucerin cream that you get does not have purfume in it. If it is approved for exzema, it won't hurt anything else. Mine says, "immediate itch relief," which I am sure you will find appealing. If your skin doesn't clear up soon, see a dermatologist.


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