3.7-Oz Aquaphor Advanced Therapy Ointment Body Spray

3.7-Oz Aquaphor Advanced Therapy Ointment Body Spray
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3.7-Oz Aquaphor Advanced Therapy Ointment Body Spray
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About the product
  • Intensively moisturizes to help heal dry, rough skin giving the skin a radiant, healthy-looking glow
  • Easy to apply, even on hard to reach places like the back
  • Continuous spray goes on evenly
  • Clinically proven to relieve very dry skin and prevents dryness from returning all day
  • Preservative and fragrance free, hypoallergenic

When you spray it, the product gets all over. Leaves the floor dangerously greasy and slippery

[Deal Review]:

Thanks OP!

Thanks, repped.

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My sons new dermatologist just told us to avoid Aquaphor products because they contain lanolin which some people are sensitive to. I’m allergic to wool so it could irritate the skin, especially if you already have eczema or other skin conditions.

Yup. True for my son. He has eczema.
Mine too and an egg allergy, i should have added they recommended plain ol ld vaseline instead of the Aquaphor creams and stuff.

Nice price.

Your dermatologist is clueless. Aquaphor is hypoallergenic. People always looking for someone or something to blame.
So is this cream safe for your skin?
People could still have allergic reactions to hypoallergenic products. I would avoid telling people their physicians are clueless especially when it comes to children.

Hypoallergenic does NOT mean that the product is completely allergy free.

 

The U.S. government doesn’t have standards that products must meet in order to put “hypoallergenic” on the label. The maker doesn’t have to do tests to prove it won’t cause a reaction. It’s impossible to guarantee that a cosmetic or skin care product will never cause an
allergic reaction

[webmd.com]
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https://www.webmd.com/allergies/w…genic-mean