Skin Care Products for all your Parts
July 26th, 2010 at 1:22 pm
Are you taking care of your skin? No matter what your skin condition or skin type, there is likely a product that will make it smoother, softer, cleaner or will reduce the pain, itch, bumps, scales, redness, swelling – you name it.
What is causing your skin problems? Things like illness, disease, aging, nutrition, weather, hydration, stress and environment can no doubt reek havoc on even the most pampered skin. The good news is that there is help.
Types of Skin Care and Bath Wash Products
Barrier Products - Barrier ointments are used primarily for incontinence care to prevent or treat diaper dermatitis (diaper rash) or other skin irritations that occur when moisture is trapped next to the skin.
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Body Cleansers - No need for water with these body washes, wipes and foams. You can cleanse your skin and even wash your hair with the no-rinse products made especially for those who are bedridden or otherwise unable to bathe. Great for caregivers! Also ideal for campers, trekkers or people on the go.
Skin Creams - Skin cream is by definition thicker than a skin lotion, made to lubricate and penetrate – essentially “melt” into the skin. Creams are usually used to help heal dry skin, burns, sunburns, fungus. Creams are sometimes thought of as more restorative than preventative.
Diabetic Skin Care - Good skin care for diabetics starts with infection prevention in the form of daily skin care and skin inspection. Skin must be kept moist to prevent cracking and potential infection of desensitized skin. There are a variety of skin products made specifically for diabetic skin therapy.
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Handy Wipes and Moist WashCloths - For a all-over no-rinse bath, a personal hygiene cleanse or a quick way to cool down and freshen up, moist wipes are an easy, convenient way to get clean.
Skin Lotion - Lotions are generally formulated to moisturize the skin to prevent dryness. You should use a daily moisturizer to keep your skin soft and hydrated. Choose from name brand and medical lotions.
Ointments -Ointments are usually thick petroleum based protective creams, sometimes with zinc oxide or antifungals. They are used for everthing from wound care to make removal to diaper care to hand cream.
For skin help with certain skin conditions please read Healing Relief for Common Skin Problems