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Carson

846d

does anyone have dry skin treatments that don't involve lotions or oils? i have severe sensory issues with those but alas, my skin still itches and flakes during these dry, northern winters. i usually just let myself suffer until the nice, humid spring months but since i just got this app i figured it wouldn't hurt to get some other folks' input.

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    • Ongoing

      775d

      Has anyone tried the spray lotion ones. Thoughts? Also I take a medication called dupixent. It seems to help me with my skin condition as well as my asthma

    • Ongoing

      775d

      Has anyone tried the spray lotion ones. Thoughts? Also I take a medication called dupixent. It seems to help me with my skin condition as well as my asthma

    • CherriePixie

      823d

      I feel this! I have sensory issues with lotions too but use them when I have to. One thing I’ve come across lately is like solid/stick forms of lotion that are very lightweight/don’t feel gooey like lotion does when you apply them but do help. Maybe look for one of those?

    • Dreamer22

      844d

      I’ve tried oatmeal baths which were great but I moved to an apartment with a shower 😥. Petroleum jelly also worked for some time. I’m also taking omega 3 which I heard could help too. Also, don’t take showers that are too hot or too long, this tip has been truly helpful to me.

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