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This is on behalf of my wife. Always after a bath or shower she has a reaction, with her skin bursting out in blotches which are itchy. Maybe she's allergic to a chemical in the water? I was wondering if anyone else suffered in this way and if their are any natural skin creams which can be purchased or even made at home?

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Sprite clorine filter for the bath?
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something we are seriously looking into solstice
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Coconut oil internally and topically can help dry skin and reduce itching. Also baking soda in the bath, or on a washcloth can help. Those with eczema relieve itch with vitamin B12 creams.

Supplements like Omega 3 fish oil, natural vitamin E, D3 and Aloe Vera, can also help with itching.
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Coconut oil internally and topically can help dry skin and reduce itching. Also baking soda in the bath, or on a washcloth can help. Those with eczema relieve itch with vitamin B12 creams.

Supplements like Omega 3 fish oil, natural vitamin E, D3 and Aloe Vera, can also help with itching.
k2c - many, many thanks

I also have grave concerns about the water we drink(thankfully we have a decent filtration system), air we breathe(chemtrails), food we eat(GMO's, aspartame MSG etc) and the clothes we wear(toxic ingredients)! And their are more but I'll refrain from adding to the list!

It is a nightmare!
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Your skin gets dry after having a bath or shower. I use CapriClear, it's an all natural coconut oil moisturizer that helps with dry, itchy skin. Check out Ulta stores, as they now sell it.
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