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    Louise Davis
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    Does someone have something good to use for a dry skin itchy leg? I

    think I have bought otc--Eucerin, Cortisone10, Curel, etc. Nothing

    seems to help.

    It drives me crazy. Someone said to drink apple cider vinegar but don't

    think I would do that as it sounds like it might take a while to work.

    Thanks. Lulu






  2. #2
    wilbe95
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    You can purchase glycerine at a drug store. Add a couple cap fulls to

    your bath water and it will really make a difference. Avoid perfumed

    and colored soaps as they tend to dry the skin. If you are looking for

    a commercial product-Aveno is rather good.



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Louise Davis <lulu@...> wrote:

    >

    > Does someone have something good to use for a dry skin itchy leg? I

    > think I have bought otc--Eucerin, Cortisone10, Curel, etc. Nothing

    > seems to help.

    > It drives me crazy. Someone said to drink apple cider vinegar but

    don't

    > think I would do that as it sounds like it might take a while to

    work.

    > Thanks. Lulu

    >










  3. #3
    Ginny
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    Default dry skin

    This is what I use when my legs get really dry and flakey in the

    winter and I have tried every lotion made. I use Crisco Solid

    Vegetable Shortening. Works wonders and cheaper than most lotions.

    Use like regular lotion. I usually use it before bed. I haven't had

    any problem with it being greasy or having a smell. The best part is

    it is made all vegetable with no animal testing. It is also kosher.

    Ginny





    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Louise Davis <lulu@...> wrote:

    >

    > Does someone have something good to use for a dry skin itchy leg? I

    > think I have bought otc--Eucerin, Cortisone10, Curel, etc. Nothing

    > seems to help.

    > It drives me crazy. Someone said to drink apple cider vinegar but

    don't

    > think I would do that as it sounds like it might take a while to

    work.

    > Thanks. Lulu

    >










 

 

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