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6867745 tn?1398948987

Flakes! Help!

My tummy has flakes! I don't know what other creams or oils to put! I'm drinking alot of water.  I used Palmers Coco butter and oil during whole pregnancy but for some reason I got a rash 2weeks ago and discontinued using those products.  I tried aloe Vera, aveeno and other lotions and they don't work I'm even using my babys oil and Johnson cream! My tummy is just flaky like if you got a sunburn and peeling. Has anybody else gotten this before?
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8745353 tn?1409278909
Try coconut oil. I had dry patches on my stomach and my shoulder. I use the coconut oil daily and it's gone now.
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6867745 tn?1398948987
I tried that one too and I think I got a rash from that product too
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I use palmers but you could try eucerin cream or aquaphor both awesome products for sensitive skin
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I had that happen to me on my chest and I used the eucerin cream worked so good!
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6867745 tn?1398948987
Where can I buy the eucerine cream?
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A small amount of olive oil is a natural way to cure dry skin. No harsh chemicals or extra junk. I'm a fan of coconut oil too but do know that a lot of people react to it. Olive oil is pretty safe :)
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You can get it at Wal-Mart
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Bio oil is the best it's a little expensive but I've been using it since 12 weeks.  I haven't had any dry skin or iching & so far no stretch marks
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