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  1. Lanolin is an oily substance taken from sheep's wool. Lanolin poisoning occurs when someone swallows a product that contains lanolin. This article is for information only. DO NOT ...
  2. Pruritus (PDQ) From the National Institutes of Health (National Cancer Institute)  
    Cancer--Living with Cancer/Specifics ... Cancer--Living with Cancer ... Pruritus (itching of the skin) can be caused by certain cancers or cancer treatment. Learn ...
  3. ... especially between the toes. Use lotion, petroleum jelly, lanolin, or oil on dry skin. Do not put ...
  4. ... contain petroleum jelly, zinc oxide, cocoa butter, kaolin, lanolin, or paraffin. Ask your provider about deodorizing tablets ...
  5. ... If you have cracked nipples, apply 100% pure lanolin after feedings. Try glycerin nipple pads that can ...
  6. ... such as neomycin Drying lotions, such as calamine Lanolin, a natural moisturizer Benzocaine or other creams that ...
  7. ... If you have cracked nipples, apply 100% pure lanolin after feedings.
  8. ... of your child's lips with products made with lanolin. Tell the doctor if your child develops new ...
  9. ... child. Always discuss with your provider first. Wool, lanolin, and other scratchy fabrics. Use smooth, textured clothing ...
  10. ... water and mild soap. Use lotion, petroleum jelly, lanolin, or oil on dry skin. Check bathwater temperature ...
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