My Psorexederm Dermatitis and Psoriasis Cream is safe and soothing applied with a cotton bud using just a little to cover the affected part 2-3 times a day or when itchy. If you swim it is a good idea to apply some before swimming to stop moisture aggravating the condition. Psorexederm is safe to use anytime and should get the problem under control although sometimes the itchy ear problem may take a few weeks to clear up....FULL ANSWER
CRACK in EAR or EAR LOBE
As for the crack in her ear, I assume it is at the bottom of her ear in the area where the ear lobe meets her face. If this is the case our stronger Psorexederm cream should be applied 3 times a day to the crack. It is a white zinc based cream with the antiseptic and anti-inflammatory ingredient coal tar and also healing Vitamin A & D. It is thick and a very pale yellow/white colour, very similar to the nappy rash cream so to apply it without mess simply dab it onto the crack and it will melt in contact with her skin, use a soft cloth to gently remove any excess so it won't soil her clothing. If she pulls her ear then licks her fingers the cream is not harmful. That should heal the creak in about 2 weeks
I have had a problem with occassional dry scalp over the years but this has come and gone whilst the itchy ear bit is constant and seems to be getting worse. I have tried different shampoos and this has made no difference. Could you suggest any of your products?
My Psorexederm Dermatitis and Psoriasis Cream is safe and soothing applied with a cotton bud using just a little to cover the affected part 2-3 times a day or when itchy. If you swim it is a good idea to apply some before swimming to stop moisture aggravating the condition. Our Psorexederm Cream is safe to use anytime and should get the problem under control although sometimes the itchy ear problem may take a few weeks to clear up.If you wash your hair at least 4 times a week and daily is even better, this will stimulate the scalp to produce more natural skin oil. If the scalp is flaking then a 2 week course of our Psorexederm scalp lotion should fix the scale and also the dryness. The scalp lotion cannot be used in the ear however as it is too strong.
Once the scalp is back to normal, daily washing with any good shampoo and conditioner should keep it that way. Some shampoos suggest 2 washes but this is unnecessary.Kind Regards,
Hi my name is KC, I am 19 and I have recently been looking at your website. I am pretty sure I have some form of ear dermatitis in my ears as I seem to have a lot of dead/flaky skin at the entry to my ears and in and arpund the general area of my ears as well. I am not absolutely sure but it gets quite itchy and very sore if I scratch it too much.
It has been like this for a few years now. I have been told that you can get some sort of "Ear Dermatitis" and if so is there any treatment or products I can buy to try and get rid of it. I have tried using baby oil and cotton buds to try and remove the dead skin but it doesnt really work and it just comes back the next day anyway.Any information you could give me would be great. Thank you. KR June 24, 2005
What you have sounds like ear dermatitis, it is quite easy to treat with prescription products usually combining antibiotics to kill any bacteria or fungi in the ear that may be causing the problem. These products also contain small amounts of cortisone.
You would need to see your doctor to ensure that was the problem.
P.S. Our Psoriasis, eczema and dermatitis cream is safe to use in the ear but I feel the prescription products would be more helpful in this case.
I have long suffered from excema and or dermatitis in my ears and have come to my wits end. II stumbled across your website and was wondering if you could offer me any advice on how best to treat my symptoms. I have seen many doctors and skin specialists over the last decade with some ok results and some not so ok using creams, steriods, packing the ears, patch tests and herbal tea (not one of the more successful treatments).
My ear canals are very tight and I have the usual excema symptoms of dry cracked skin which can weep. This weeping causes blockages (both wet and dry) which has lead on many occasions to infections which can be really painful to teat. I know all about not getting my ears wet and also realise that the only real long term treatment that I can strive for is never to scratch that itch. But that is the problem that most health professionals seem not to understand. With Excema you cant not scratch. I wake myself up with my fingers in my ear loving that relief, knowing Ill pay for it later.
My point is this, do you have any advice? Are there any products that I can use to treat inside the ears that will not irritate (I came through clear on my recent patch test)? Is there anything that I can try?Thanks
The problem you have is very difficult to treat as you know. The current medical treatment options are summed up well at: http://www.rnzcgp.org.nz/news/nzfp/April2002/fields.pdf
Ciproxin HC is rather new on the market but is very effective against a wide range of bacteria. It may be worth checking with your doctor then trying it.
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