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Also the question of the ignore feature has been brought up at times, and I believe it is being considered to be a feature again. When, I really don't know, but it's come up and management is aware that it's wanted back. I'll remind them again and I have seen requests here and other communities as well. I hope that helps.
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She has posted on Tips for Dry Skin ; how to deal with Itchy Skin and Eczema ; and even has a video called "Starting from Scratch " which will help you soothe and tame your skin itches. She's only with us a short time--through the end of October so come ask your skin questions!
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