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Honey and egg yolk to treat dry facial skin - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Dry Skin
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General & Family Physician
Practicing since : 2004
Answered : 40 Questions
User :   hello doctor
User :   i have skin problm
Doctor :   please dont wash too many times
Doctor :   dry skin problem
User :   by using plane water is ok
Doctor :   make sure u wont take coffee too many times
Doctor :   use a good moisturizing soap
Doctor :   yes
User :   i take coffee minimum 6 times a day
Doctor :   more u wash , more dry the skin will become
User :   which one is the good moisturizer?
Doctor :   avoid taking coffee
Doctor :   Dove
Doctor :   is good soap
User :   i used to but not now
Doctor :   Never wash your face with hot water, no matter how cold it is
User :   i have dandruff like things on my chest also
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Always use cold or lukewarm water to wash your face. Apply egg yolk to your face - it will nourish and moisturise your skin
Doctor :   Honey is also an excellent moisturiser
Doctor :   Wash off after ten to fifteen minutes
Doctor :   This should help combat dryness.
User :   honey i have to take or use on face?
Doctor :   u can apply egg yolk to your face
Doctor :   or milk

Doctor :   and wash after 10 mins
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