Sensitive skin deodorant

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Avatar f tn I use dove for sensitive skin and it works my skin use to get irritated too with anything that had a scent
1711722 tn?1356491154 I have skin issues even off treatment due to toxic mold exposure. I use Dove for sensitive skin. Make sure everything is fragrance free, includung laundry produts. Oatmeal products are good too.
Avatar f tn It is really itchy and when I itch it and touch another spot, that spot gets itchy but not to the extent of the original rash. I have very sensitive skin and things like scented soap and deodorant make me break out, but this time I'm not sure what's going on.
Avatar f tn Also use mild soap like dove. Avoid deodorant / cosmetics. If the symptoms persist then get a skin biopsy done from a dermatologist to confirm the diagnosis. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care and please do keep me posted on how you are doing.
Avatar n tn I can touch it (placing pressure on skin) but any friction and it's sensitive and uncomfortable. Now, I'm 29, not stressed (in fact, I meditate often), but I have knots in my back (from dancing/doing theatre) and quite possibly have carpal tunnel coming back to my right arm (I have knots in the muscles surrounding my elbows, and down my lower arm) - to me, I'm considering that I have a pinched nerve which is creating this sensitivity.
Avatar n tn Hi, I'm a 21 year old male, with no known allergies to anything, and no history of skin rashes like this. About 4 days ago, I formed a red mark under both arms, both of which are almost perfect ovals, they are slightly raised but not bumpy, just itchy red round marks. At first I assumed it was a reaction to my deodorant, despite using the same brand for years, so I stopped applying it but it just got worse over the past 2 days.
Avatar n tn Soaps and detergents can strip away the natuarl skin oils and thus cause or exacerbate a dry skin condition. You can take the following measures to prevent it to a certain degree. -Apply a rich moisturizer several times a day, especially right after you bathe or wash your hands. You can also use an oil, such as baby oil while your skin is still damp from a bath or shower. Oil has more staying power than cream and helps stop water from evaporating from your skin's surface.
Avatar f tn Try Secret Soothing Effects Antiperspirant Deodorant or one with coco butter It will help improve the appearance of skin since it's so sensitive there. Maybe wearing cotton blouses would help.. You could also try using baking soda on underarms. After a bath, apply some baking soda onto the armpits. This needs to be done regularly to have some benefit though so you have to be patient..
Avatar f tn I use a shampoo specifically for Eczema that I buy off www.Puraderm.com. I use Dove sensitive skin bar soap (can't use the body wash) and Dove sensitive skin deodorant. At first, I could use ALL Free and Clear laundry detergent (only the ALL brand) but eventually developed an allergy to that, as well. Now I make my own laundry soap. I also cannot use any hair products. Since I couldn't use conditioners or products on my naturally-wavy mid-back length tresses, I chopped them off.
5283800 tn?1365974260 It hasn't mattered if it have been a white stick, clear gell, sensitive skin, unscented, nothing works. This has been going on for the past 10 years. I tried natural and organic brands as well, but instead of a rash I get a burn red mark that resembles a chemical burn. This includes Desert Essence (multiple kinds) and Tom's. I have also tried Crystal mineral stick, and I hated it and it didn't work at all.
Avatar f tn My skin is so sensitive, I have to wear a lot of my at-home clothes inside-out, so the seams don't rub on my skin. Also, laundry detergents can make clothes rub a person "the wrong way," so again Arm & Hammer detergent is good, plus it's a real good idea to put fabric softener sheets in the clothes dryer, makes them softer.
Avatar n tn Hi doc, every time I wear my underwear I tend to itch alot and sometimes it causes a skin irritation around my panty line area or on my vigina lips, what do you think is the cause is it the panty or pantyliner that is causing the itching and irritation/
Avatar n tn This can affect you if anyone in your house uses it, if you have sensitive skin as it leaves residue in the washer/dryer, plus I suspect it rubs off on furniture and may even break into particles that go airborne. I didn't have a rash, just felt like bugs crawling all over me and especially in my hair and facial hair. Please read my other posts for my history with this problem.
Avatar n tn Hello, It can be simple dermatitis skin or fungal infection. You need to get it examined from a dermatologist to confirm the diagnosis. Treatment is diagnosis specific. You should also maintain hygiene and try to keep the area clean and dry, wear loose-fitting cotton clothing. Also use an antibacterial soap or mild soap like dove. Avoid deodorant / cosmetics. You can also use calamine lotion or cream with zinc oxide paste applied directly to wet skin after bathing.
Avatar n tn The natural fragrances are usually herbs, but they can actually still irritate and burn the skin of sensitive people. I mistakenly once bought a bottle of the skin moisturizer brand I had been using only to discover to my horror that it had natural scents from herbs in it. This is fine for people not so sensitive, but it burned and irritated my face and I couldn't wait to get it off.
Avatar m tn However, I swear my skin is thinner and more sensitive as it was not like this before! He suggested to use vitamin c or c/e combination serum topically, however he didn't say what kind of vitamin c serum or strength/brand to get. And I don't want to cause further problems.
Avatar n tn I am white, and I have dark skin discoloration under my arms and in the vaginal area. It is embarrassing to me to even go to the doctor to ask about it because it looks "dirty". Is there any way that I can fix this problem or is it normal?
Avatar n tn Yes, thank for the post, now I am noticing that my skin peeling is caused by Crest Pro Health and rinsing my mouth with salt water works for me:)
Avatar m tn I posted this info before, but it was a reply to someone else's similar post... I am a 23 year old healthy male. I recently had a full physical and the results were that I am in above average health. I have no diseases, do not use drugs, but drink on occasion. Anyways, just started noticing these strange symptoms, within the past few weeks. Nothing "brought it on" so to speak that I can tell of.
Avatar m tn In people sensitized to metals, mobilisation of the allergen might results in a skin rash. These effects are well-known to doctors using D-penicillamin for treatment of various diseases such as multiple sclerosis. If you, by any chance, suffer from allergy to nickel or other metals or if you have silver or gold fillings in your mouth, this might increase the probability of metal sensitization. The MELISA blood test can objectively diagnose allergy to the metals you are currently exposed to.
Avatar n tn Bleaching seems harsh coz that area is super sensitive and might cause the skin to be more darker. it is very comforting to know that I am not alone with this issue.
Avatar n tn I can't use them myself, because oatmeal is questionable for people with gluten issues, but oatmeal baths and lotions are supposed to help with dry sensitive skin that comes from bathing and showering. A recipe I found on Care2.com that is a moisturizer for the skin is somewhat helpful. Mix equal parts of vegetable glycerin (available at health food stores) and aloe vera gel. You can also add a couple of tablespoons of olive oil or jojoba oil. I itch less if my skin isn't so dry.
Avatar n tn I had that problem my last pregnancy. I used deodorant and baby powder.
Avatar f tn With glucose intolerance or diabetes, the skin can itch too. I get very itch skin. I used to have an oily skin, but since after the menopause and now being glucose intolerant I have a problem with my skin. I get the spots on my butt that itch like made then scab over and are very slow to heal. My doctor has prescribed me with Dermol 600 which is an antimacrobial bath emolient to add to my bath water.
Avatar f tn Google natural homemade deodorant for sensitive skin...my sis started getting a rash from too much baking soda too. She uses way less in there and is fine now and says the deodorant still works well. To poster above ^^, there's a bunch of questionable ingredients in Deodorant (and creams, make up, bodywashes) they are not proven to harm a baby through breastfeeding but some people like to play it safe.
Avatar n tn About two years ago I was shaving for the first time my armpits I used a shaving cream and I know that my skin is sensitive to sun,chemicals almost to everything (I didn't knew that two years ago) anyways that cream burned my skin so badly that now my skin is all flaky,very dry and of course with a darker color.It doesn't hurt but now everything I put on like my deodorant burns my skin too.It worries me a lot because now is getting bigger.It looks extremely dry and pigmented.
Avatar n tn What would happen if you put deodorant on broken or irritated skin? I ask this question because everytime I use deodorant, I feel like my under arms are burning. It irritates me alot. I have checked myself and it seems that I have broken skin and bumps or stretch marks. In the right under arm, I have a skin fold. I have tried various deodorants. Clinique, Almay, Dove, Mitchum, Dry Idea, Right Guard. I also tried ones for sensitive skin. They all irritate me.
Avatar n tn I break out in a rash which means I cannot use deodorant for a few days and have to use hydrocortisone 1% to get rid of the rash. Is there anything that immediately comes to mind that I could be reacting to? I react to sensitive deodorants as well. It makes changing deodorants very difficult. It has become necessary to change my deodorant as once again the company manufacturing the one that I can use has decided to stop that particular one.
Avatar f tn I had the same issue and switched to a sensitive skin deodorant which helped and I started to wax instead of shave to help reduce irritation from razor burn.