I can really relate to the bad itching and rash. I tried everything from Benadryl, Hydrocotisone creme (spelling) and alot of over the counter cremes and lotions. I do not sell what I am about to reccomend. I bought Mary Kay's Extra Emollient Night Creme. It is realy thick and can be applied with water to help hold in the moisture. I also found that frequent bathing or showering increases the dryness of your skin. I cut my bathing backto 3-4 times per week rather then twice a day. I did alot of sink baths. I am sure you are aware that water intake can also affect your skin. Drink plenty of water. Utilizing soaps that are hypoallergenic without perfumes etc. Heat is also very irritating to a rash. Try to bath in cooler water, use a wash cloth that is cold can be applied to areas that are especially irritating. Hope this is some help. stubby 226
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