Lots of fruits and vegetables, drink plenty of water and exercise.
exercise, drink a lot of water, fresh vegetable and fruit, avoid too much of junk foods, and be yourself.
My friend works as a cleaner and she has her hands so dry with some alergy, can anyone tells me what can help her?
As a family doctor, I see a lot of people with this same problem: If you immerse your hands in a lot of water, the water and soap strip the natural oil from your skin thus leaving it drier than before. The result is that the natural skin barrier is removed and the skin is rendered more sensitive and susceptible to the effects of cleaners and outside exposure.
The solution is often simple: Leave the skin alone. After gently cleansing skin with a soap-less soap (Aveeno, Cetaphil, Spectrogel, Dove) and warm water, put some non-allergenic sealant on the skin. Petroleum jelly is the best but the messiest. I use Prevex cream or some other cream after hand washing.
In the case of your friend, use inexpensive cotton-liner gloves then put on the rubber gloves. Any water that inadvertently enters into the glove will be absorbed by the cotton liner gloves and not reach the skin.
Good luck and keep asking good questions.
Eric Grief, M.D. "Get Diagnosed Fast" by www.mdrap.ca
by Anastazia 7 years ago
Hey... Here i am going to mention some best tips for skin care- Knowing your skin type is one of the most important skin care tip- Drink a lot of water.- Cleanse your skin regularly (1-2 times everyday)- Be gentle, after all its your skin.- Keep your skin moist at all times
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Now Medicare gets involve with other health insurance’s companies Call your Medicare program and find an agent that can help you with Obama’s health care program to get more . It is for people over 65. Is it a good idea.?
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