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Child with rashes under eye. Extreme dry skin, used derma dew. Suggest a good moisturising cream?

my daughter of 4years got a rash under right eye. we used derma dew, thinking that its by dryness. dint see much improvemnet and went to a dermatologist . he suggested zincovit and told that lack of zinc also causes this. now we r in dilemma.. on what to use. she got extreme dry skin also. please suggest a good moisturising cream. one doctor friend suggested venusia. i am not understanding which is better in venusia and dermadew
Asked On : Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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Feb 2013
For dry skin both creams are good. For extreme dry skin hypothyroidism aslo should be ruled out. Use moisturizing soaps for bathing like daffy or dove and immediately after bathing within 1 to 2 minutes apply moisturizing cream to maintain moisture and daily 3 to 4 time you can apply this cream.
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