I am trying to figure out what is causing my Itchy skin..mostly on my hands and forearms but seem to be getting some on my torso..My dermatologist. at our first meeting a few months ago..said careful about hot showers, only use dove soap etc etc..I have never taken hot showers or used a lot of fragrances ..I am thinking maybe the New Tide or Dawn dish soap..any problems with the Tide for you..maybe they changed the formula...what do you think? I am going to by all the free fragrance and gently stuff at the health food store tomorrow..see if that helps..I have read people are having some problems with tide..I will let you know if it makes a difference..View Thread
I am trying to figure out what is causing my skin rash and itch, it is driving me crazy, has anyone had any rash from Tide? or I am thinking new advanced formula Dawn dish soap..also use Biz ..I have never had sensitive skin before and have use the Dawn and Tide for years, trying to keep a list of things I use a lot... View Thread
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