I have used Elizabeth Arden face cream for ~ 40 years and have loved it, progressing from daily moisturizer when I was pre aged 40 to the ceramide line now. These have an spf 30 factor. My husband started using the same product about 25 years ago and has not had a sunburn since. BUT - over the past 3 years something has changed. This product has been repackaged, labeled as new and improved and now burns our eyes. I don't mean a slight sting but a real burn - I can no longer use this product. I've used a few other face creams but without an spf factor I find I am getting my nose sunburned. So I'm looking for a new product to try that has to be both a daily moisturizer and a sunscreen. Reading product reviews has left me lost and I don't know what the ingredient is that causes eye burn but I would like to learn more. I'll appreciate any input you might have - I have great skin and would like to keep it that way!View Thread
I used to bite my nails and I bit them very low. I had been biting them for almost ten years, and I just...
Posted by An_263844
I used to bite my nails and I bit them very low. I had been biting them for almost ten years, and I just recently stopped. One of my nails is worrying me. I look under it and I see my nail bed (at least I think), but it looks like the nail bed stopped growing. My fingernail continues to grow, but the part underneath that keeps the nail from being flimsy isn't growing. I wanted to get my nails painted for the first time, but I'm really worried about this nail. Is this something to worry about? What could be the issue, if there is one?View Thread
20 year old female I have warts on my legs. I have tried to freeze them off, but they have grown back. My...
Posted by An_263736
20 year old female
I have warts on my legs. I have tried to freeze them off, but they have grown back. My doctor gave me Veregen (Sinecatechins Ointment, 15%, for topical use only). However, I read online that this ointment only works on vaginal warts, because it can only penetrate mucous membranes, and not skin on other parts of the body. I have used it on my legs for about three weeks, and I have seen no results.
Will it work eventually or do I need to go back to my doctor?View Thread
Every so often, maybe once or twice a month my skin itches all over. I sometimes itch it so bad I start bleeding. It is worse on my legs. The itching will last any where from 2 days to 4 or 5 days. When it has lasted 4 or 5 days I was in such a bad condition I almost went to the emergency room. I thought I would go crazy. It comes and goes at unknown times. I can't relate it to anything. I've tried baths, all kinds of lotions (perfumed and medicated), I've changed my soap that I wash my clothes in. I have seen 1 doctor who said it might have been due to my gallstones and removal of my gallbladder which I just had done two weeks ago. I tend not to believe this reason. Has anyone else had this problem or do you have any other suggestions of what to do when this happens again?
My daughter has a brown ring around her neck. We have scrubbed and scrubbed. Thinking its dirt. It obviously...
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My daughter has a brown ring around her neck. We have scrubbed and scrubbed. Thinking its dirt. It obviously is not. We need help we have used the aloe plant also. I am getting scared. I did bring her to her doctor who said beginning stages of diabetes. I do not believe that. Also never get to see real doctor always nurse. Help Me!View Thread
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