you should try Cetaphil lotion. you can buy it at most grocery stores. Eucerin cream (not the lotion) is great, too. remember to always wash the chlorine off when you get out of the pool, preferably use a washrag with some Cetaphil liquid soap on it. that should do the trick. if all else fails, try putting baby oil on after your swim.
Thanks Susan. I went for one of my regular swims this morning, and of course showered, and applied a cream,
and now it's 3 hours later and I can STILL smell the chlorine.
I'll try your stuff.
Maybe too much quality of chlorine can harm your skin.
Moisturizers are best applied after bathing in order to seal in moisture.
Dry Skin or Dermatitis means inflammation of the skin. It can cause an itchy rash or patches of dry irritated skin. The earlier dermatitis is diagnosed and treated the better. Without treatment, dermatitis often gets worse.
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