My outer labia are red and dry... just really looks like hard, dry, flaky scaly skin. I'm wondering if there's, like, a safe moisturizer for me to use, maybe? Or I've seen an over-the-counter feminine itching cream that looks like it could be good... cuz it's got aloe and vitamins E/A/D in it... but I'm not sure how much I need the pain relieving aspects of it, it doesn't really hurt. It itches, kinda like normal dry skin... maybe it'd be good cuz it would get rid of the temptation to scratch at it. I've tried changing my laundry detergent, I use scent and coloring free ones now. I don't have my period at the moment. I don't walk around in wet clothing or bathing suits. I do sweat though, so maybe it could have some wetness irritation involved. I am overweight, maybe they're rubbing against my thighs or something. I'm not sexually active. Blah. Any suggestions?
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