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Itching after a shower: Causes and remedies

Many people enjoy taking a shower as part of their hygiene routine. However, if a person has uncomfortable, itchy skin after a shower, it can be anything but refreshing.

Dry skin is often the cause of itching after taking a shower. The water from the shower can strip away the skin’s natural oils, causing dryness and itching.

Treatment may not always be as simple as applying a lotion or a moisturizer. Sometimes, dry, sensitive skin needs additional care to alleviate the irritation and dryness that causes the itch.

It is also important to watch for other symptoms — such as peeling, scaling, or rashes — that may indicate a condition that needs treatment.

Keep reading to learn more about the potential causes of itching after a shower, as well as how to treat them.

Many things can cause the skin to feel itchy after taking a shower or bathing. Here are some of the most common reasons for itching after a shower:

Dry skin

Dry skin lacks moisture and may feel tight or itchy, especially after a shower. Cleansers, soap, and water can remove the skin’s natural oils that keep it supple and prevent dryness.

When a person takes a hot shower, the soap and water will strip away the skin’s oils. This can cause the skin to feel tight and itchy. In extreme cases, the skin may even crack or bleed.

The best way to prevent itchy skin after taking a shower is to apply moisturizer immediately after toweling off. Using a heavy moisturizer such as a cream, oil, or ointment while the skin is still slightly damp can help seal in moisture.

People with very dry or sensitive skin should read product labels before using a moisturizer. This is because some products can make itching worse, as they contain ingredients that are irritating or cause allergic reactions.

Avoid products that contain fragrance, menthol, and alcohol, as these can cause further dryness, irritation, and itching.


Eczema refers to inflammation of the skin that can lead to itching and excessive dryness. It is a chronic condition that can also cause a red rash or bumps on the skin.

Eczema may feel even more itchy and uncomfortable after bathing or showering, when the skin lacks its natural oils. Scented body washes, soaps, and the hot water from the shower may also trigger itching.

People with eczema may need to use hypoallergenic products and apply moisturizers throughout the day. A dermatologist may be able to provide recommendations on which products to use.

Learn about 12 of the best remedies for eczema here.

Reactions to skin care products

Many people enjoy using scented cleansers, soaps, and hair products in the shower. However, these types of products can trigger allergic reactions in some people, leading to itching and other symptoms. This is known as contact dermatitis.

The National Eczema Association explain that fragrance is one of the most common ingredients that can cause a skin reaction.

If a person finds that moisturizing alone does not take care of itching, they may need to switch shower products. Try fragrance-free cleansers and moisturizers to see if the itching goes away.

Reaction to laundry products

Scented laundry products could also lead to post-shower itching, especially if a person uses scented products on their towels.

Toweling off after bathing could transfer some of the fragrances from laundry soap or fabric softener to the skin. This can lead to itching and irritation if a person has an allergy or sensitivity to them.

People with sensitive or itchy skin may wish to avoid using laundry products that contain fragrance or dye on their towels or clothes.

People who notice itching after taking a shower may find relief by following the steps below:

  • Keep showers as short and as cool as possible: Avoid very hot water and very long showers. Use cooler water for shorter periods of time to avoid stripping the skin of its natural protective oils.
  • Avoid showering more than once per day: More showers mean more chances to strip the skin’s natural oils. If possible, limit showering to once daily. Children may be able to shower less frequently than adults, about once or twice per week, according to the American Academy of Dermatology.
  • Avoid long, hot baths: For the same reason as avoiding long, hot showers, avoid taking long, hot baths. Also, when taking a bath, consider adding colloidal oatmeal or bath oils to help moisturize the skin.
  • Do not scratch the skin: Scratching the skin can irritate and injure it, and it can make the itching worse.
  • Avoid using washcloths, scrubs, or harsh sponges: These may irritate the skin in the same way as scratching.
  • Use fragrance-free moisturizing cleansers or soaps: Avoid using products that contain fragrances or alcohol. Look for hypoallergenic products or those designed for people with eczema and sensitive skin. Also, avoid products with lather or strong detergents.
  • Gently pat the skin dry: Do not rub the skin with towels, as this can also cause irritation and remove the skin’s natural oils.
  • Apply a heavy, fragrance-free moisturizer or ointment: Be sure to do this immediately after patting the skin dry.
  • Do not apply large amounts of soaps or cleansers for lather: The lathering agents can make dry skin worse and are not necessary for cleaning the skin effectively.
  • Use a humidifier: This can be especially helpful in dry climates or throughout the winter months. Low humidity can exacerbate dry skin.
  • Avoid fragrances in laundry detergent and fabric softener: These ingredients may get on towels and clothing and cause itching after a shower.
  • Avoid using products that contain retinoids: Retinoids regulate epithelial cell growth, but they can be an irritant and worsen dry skin. Retinoids include retinol, adapalene, and tretinoin. Unless a doctor has prescribed them, people should avoid using retinoids.
  • Avoid or limit products that contain alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA): AHA is an ingredient that may cause burning or itching on dry or sensitive skin.

If, after following these steps, there is no sign of improvement or relief from itching after a shower, it is best to see a healthcare provider.

Some natural home remedies may also be helpful in treating dry skin. Read about them here.

Usually, a person can treat mild itching after taking a shower by following the steps above and taking care to keep the skin moisturized.

In some cases, however, itching is not related to the skin itself. Health conditions such as nerve damage and multiple sclerosis may cause the nerves in the skin to be overactive. This can cause itching without a rash or other obvious cause.

Itching from nerve-related health conditions may lead to excessive scratching, which can irritate the skin and make itching worse. It may also cause an infection.

Sometimes, a mental health condition can cause a person to scratch their skin excessively. Some mental health conditions that may cause this include:

If a person suspects that they have a nerve-related or mental health condition, they should speak with a healthcare provider.

Most people will be able to treat post-shower itching by using moisturizers, lotions, and other home remedies.

However, if the itching persists after trying these remedies, a person may wish to see their healthcare provider to rule out other, more serious health conditions.

Why does my body itch? | The New Times


I always feel itchy after I take a bath. It doesn’t matter whether the water is cold or warm. When I was younger, I used to think I was allergic to water, which would make people laugh. But I’m not the only one, I have asked around and some people I know also have the same thing. What is it? Is it the water or just my skin? It is quite irritating. It doesn’t last longer than 10 minutes though. Beth


Dear Beth,


Dr. Rachna Pande

You have not specified whether this problem of feeling itchy after a bath has started recently or if it is of long standing. Does itching occur all-round the year or it comes in a specific season? The answer to these questions can help to identify the problem and find a solution.


The m ost common cause for itching to occur after a shower is dryness of the skin. Dry air, soaps, hot water, these can deplete the skin of essential oils and nutrients, making it dry. This makes the nerves more sensitive, causing one to feel itchy. Deficiency of vitamins A, B complex, C, disorders like hypothyroidism, cause the skin to be very dry and there can be itching after a shower.

Allergy to chemicals present in soap, cleanser, shampoo, among others, can manifest as itching with or without rashes or eruptions if the body comes in contact with it. Though rare, one can be allergic to water itself. Since, during a bath, there is more prolonged exposure to water and that too in excess quantity, there can be itching after that, mostly with rashes. This condition (aquagenic urticaria) can occur with both cold and hot water use.

Some people can develop urticaria due to allergy to sweat. Taking a hot shower, particularly after exercise or some sport, can aggravate this condition. Taking baths in dry climate can also induce this condition.

Individuals suffering from asthma, eczema, and other allergic conditions, can have itching with change of season due to allergy to something present in the atmosphere.

Viral or fungal infections of the skin can cause generalised itching with eruptions and or rashes; this may be aggravated after a shower. In other skin conditions associated with itching like eczema or psoriasis, use of soap may cause irritation and itching after a bath.

To prevent this condition it is useful to avoid dryness of the skin. It is advisable to apply a moisturising lotion over the body when it is still damp, after a shower. The lotion will preserve moisture, thus preventing total dryness and subsequent itching. One can also try to change the soap/ shampoo, being used and see whether the problem has been solved or not.

Diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits and whole grains helps prevent dry skin. Hypothyroidism, skin infections and other disorders can be easily diagnosed and are curable.

Use of an anti-allergy ointment locally is sufficient to give relief in mild allergy. However if it is severe, one has to take some anti-allergy tablet like chlorphenaramine and cetrizine to suppress it.

Dr. Rachna is a specialist in internal medicine at Ruhengeri Hospital.

Why Is My Skin Itchy After I Shower? Are There Dry Skin Remedies?

The problem is twofold: I’m a wimp, and I refuse to give up hot showers

Being itchy is weirdly psychologically taxing. It’s like being in pain, but rather than wanting to curl up in a ball and slip into oblivion, itchiness makes me want to run around my house naked and screaming. So, it’s kind of an issue that I regularly reach this level of itchiness following a shower. Maybe it’s convenient that I’m already naked, but I’m also currently living with my family.

I need to know: What exactly is causing this itchiness, and what can I do to remedy it? 

As Anthony Rossi, a dermatologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York, has explained for us previously, both hot water and soap strip the skin of its natural oils. In turn, the skin becomes dry, which makes it feel itchy. The sensation of itchiness is caused by the activation of nerve cells called C-fibers. According to

Scientific American, C-fibers are identical to the nerve cells that cause the sensation of pain, but instead produce itchiness. When triggered, C-fibers send signals to the nervous system and brain telling us to relieve the itching via touch. This works for a moment, because when we scratch or rub our itchy skin, we’re activating different nerve cells. 

There are tons of different ways C-fibers can become triggered, from allergic reactions releasing histamines to opioids to regular ole dry skin. While some people may experience itchiness following a shower due to an allergic reaction to a product they used, most of us are simply experiencing the latter.


Further, people’s sensitivity to itch and their capacity to experience it varies. For example, one woman was so accustomed to scratching her scalp that over the course of a year, she scratched through her skull and reached her brain. This wasn’t shower related, but still. She must have been really fucking itchy for that to happen. 

In addition to maybe reaching your brain, scratching can cause other issues, too. Dry skin “can lead to cracked skin or irritated skin which isn’t only painful but exposes the skin to infection from bacteria and viruses,” Rossi explains. Further irritating the skin via scratching only worsens this. 

To avoid itchiness, the general advice from Rossi and others is to take a cold shower instead of a hot one and use milder soap. That said, I hate those options. What am I, Wim Hof? Gentler soap, fine, but a cold shower is a line I will not cross. 

So what am I to do? 

One possible solution Rossi recommends is moisturizing before drying off completely, as this helps lock in the moisture of the water itself.


I have tried just about everything — thick-ass unscented Eucerin, calendula ointment, calamine lotion, a variety of oils — only to have mixed results. Sometimes one of these options will work, sometimes they won’t. Applying lotion before I’m completely dry definitely helps. Still, I’m sad to report that I’ve yet to find the perfect solution. (Today, I ended up spraying my legs with a Benadryl product intended for bug bites. It worked, if only because it contained a topical analgesic.) 

The reality of the situation is most likely that I’m simply a wimpy little bitch. I have a low tolerance for being itchy, coupled with the dry, sensitive skin that causes the itching to occur. I plan to try a humidifier and some CBD lotion next. 

Or, you know, actually seeing a doctor.

Magdalene Taylor

Magdalene Taylor is a junior staff writer at MEL, where she began working two weeks after graduating college. Her work is a blend of cultural analysis and service, covering everything from reconsiderations of low-brow hits like Joe Dirt and Nickelback to contemporary disability issues, OnlyFans and the types of minor questions about life like why baby carrots are so wet. She’s also reported on social media phenomena like “simps” and “pawgs.” In 2018, she published her 111-page undergraduate thesis on Insane Clown Posse, the Juggalo subculture and the subversive aesthetics of class. She is from God’s Country, rural Western Massachusetts.

What Causes Itching Skin After Showering?

For some people, having a bath comes with an uncomfortable side effect: a customary dance that occurs directly as a result of an itching skin – a pesky, persistent itching.

Itching after you take a bath or shower is quite common among a lot of people. There are several culprits that could be the cause of your post-shower itchy skin and some are more common than others.

Below are a number of reasons behind what’s causing your skin to itch after showering.

1. Soap sensitivities

It’s possible that the soap you’re using is drying out your skin as it cleans. A harsh soap may not always leave a rash that you can see but it can leave a lasting itch after your shower is over.

Failing to wash all the soap residue off your skin after a shower can also be a source of itching and discomfort.

2. Xerosis cutis

“Xerosis cutis” simply means that your skin is too dry. Soaking your skin in hot water for extended periods of time can strip your skin of its natural oils, irritating skin that already lacks moisture. Sometimes that results in itching after a shower.

The itching may mostly happen on your feet or legs because those parts of your body have so much contact with the water.

3. Aquagenic pruritus

With this condition, your nervous system can be activated by water on your skin. As a result, you get itchy after a shower or bath. This condition is rare, and if you have it, you probably already know.

Aquagenic pruritis causes immense itching after any contact with water, including washing your hands, and going into the pool.

How to treat itchiness after bathing

If your itching is persistent after a shower, you may want to consider using a home remedy as a treatment. Below are some ways you can prevent itching or treat it if it happens:

1. Pat your skin dry instead of towelling off.

Rubbing your skin with a towel after a shower can strip your skin of moisture. Don’t try to remove every water droplet from your skin. Instead, pat your skin dry with your towel after washing off.

2. Moisturize your skin while it’s still wet.

Applying moisturizer while your skin is just a bit damp will help to lock moisture into your skin barrier. Opt for a fragrance-free hypoallergenic moisturizer.

Consider using a moisturizer that’s “oil-free” if you have acne-prone skin. For an added cooling benefit, store your moisturizer in the fridge before applying it.

3. Switch your soaps.

If you’re having recurrent itching without a rash after you shower, maybe it’s time to switch soaps. Look for a soap with mild, hypo-allergenic ingredients. Moisturizing soap has been found to have a positive effect on reducing the symptoms of dry skin.

4. Change your shower routine.

If you take long showers, you may be leaving your skin parched. Taking shorter showers with lukewarm water may give you skin that’s healthier and less itchy.

5. Try a cooling agent after showering.

Dermatologists usually recommend using menthol or calamine lotion at the site of itching and irritation.

6. Try using anti-itch creams.

Creams that contain lactic acid may be used to soothe itching from dry skin and to help bind moisture to the skin. Please note that over-the-counter creams designed to soothe itching symptoms caused by inflammation, like topical corticosteroids, don’t usually work to address itching caused by skin that’s just dry.

7. Consider essential oils as part of your shower routine.

You can use essential oils to prevent or treat itching. Dilute any essential oil that you choose with a soothing carrier oil, such as sweet almond or jojoba oil, before being applied to skin that’s irritated.

Peppermint, chamomile, tea tree, and rose geranium all have potential benefits for soothing skin that’s dry and itchy.

Finally, drink more water.

Being dehydrated can lead to skin that feels dry. In general, make sure that you’re getting eight cups of water (or more!) each day to hydrate your body properly.

With these tips, we hope you’ll finally be able to put a stop to that annoying itch that occurs every time you shower. If you don’t itch but know a friend or relative who does, please share this with them.

Also read: 5 Easy Ways To Naturally Improve Your Digestion

Why Does My Skin Itch After Taking a Shower? – Cottonique

Some people enjoy taking a shower because it makes them feel clean and refreshed. However for others, hitting the shower brings them pesky, persistent itching. While unusual for some, itching after taking a bath or shower is actually common. There are several conditions that can cause itching after exposure to hot showers. Most of them are benign, while others can be dangerous.

Dry skin plagues people of all ages, but is more common among older people. Xerosis cutis simply means that your skin is too dry. Xerosis is also called winter itch, because it usually occurs during dry, cold winter months as a result of repeated wetting and drying without applying any moisturizer. Also, soaking your water for extended periods of time removes the skin’s natural oils, irritating the skin that already lacks moisture. Itching usually occurs on the feet and legs, because these are the parts that have much contact with water.

This is a form of hives caused by an increase in body temperature. An increase in body temperature may be caused by hot showers, exercise, spicy foods, and even strong emotions. The hives look similar to a mosquito bite, and usually groups together to form larger hives over time. Like most other forms of urticaria, this can be treated with oral antihistamines.

This is a rare form of hives that is caused when water comes into contact with the skin. People who have aquagenic urticaria experience hives only a few minutes after the skin is exposed to water regardless of its temperature.

It is a rare condition that causes itching without a rash after a person’s skin comes into contact with water. As a result, you get an itchy feeling after a shower or bath. IAP is likely caused by activation of the nervous system, with the release of various chemicals by nerves that are located within the skin after contact with water.

It can also be possible that the soap you’re using is drying your skin as it cleans it. Soaps that are harsh on the skin does not necessarily cause or leave a visible rash, but it can leave a lasting itch after shower. Failure to wash off the soap completely may leave soap residue on the skin that can cause itching and discomfort.

Hodgkin’s Lymphoma is a cancer of the lymph nodes. Individuals with this condition have enlarged lymph nodes in the neck, armpits, groin, or within the chest. Aside from enlarged lymph nodes, it also causes entire body symptoms including weight loss, fever, night sweats, and itching.

Here are some ways and tips on how you can prevent itching or treat it if it happens:

  • Moisturize your skin while it’s still damp to lock in moisture into your skin barrier
  • Use hypoallergenic soaps, moisturizers, and even clothing
  • Take shorter showers that are not too hot
  • Pat dry your skin instead of rubbing it with a towel
  • Use doctor-recommended anti-itch creams and cooling agents such as menthol or calamine lotion on itchy areas
  • Consider using essential oils, but consult your dermatologist first in case you have particular allergies on essential oil ingredients
  • Stay hydrated, drink 8 glasses of water or more a day

Why Does My Body Itch After Bathing?

If you’re plagued by itchy skin after getting out of the bath or shower, it could be due to a variety of things.
Have a look at our list and see if there’s anything you can change!

• Soap

Soap, even totally natural varieties, can dry out sensitive or eczema-prone skin by stripping the oils from the top layer of skin. Use a natural soap-free body wash instead.


• Bubbles

Products like foaming body wash, shampoo and bubble baths containing SLS (sodium lauryl sulphate) also damage the top layer of skin, binding to the natural oils and stripping them away, leaving it dry and causing damage to the skin barrier function. If you want to add nice oils to your bath, try Balmonds all-natural Bath & Body Oil instead.

• Perfume

Whether synthetic or natural, perfume and fragrance in your toiletries are common allergens and are often the culprits behind itchiness and dryness. Check out ingredients lists for other skin irritants as well!

• Heat

Having your bath or shower too hot can also lead to itchiness, as heat dries out the skin and triggers inflammation, which in turn leads to itchiness. Make it luke-warm instead.

• Water

Water itself can be both dehydrating and, in rare cases, even allergenic! While those who are actually have a water sensitivity (aquagenic urticaria, for example) are in the minority, it is extremely common for people to lose moisture from their skin after bathing; apply moisturiser immediately after getting out to counteract the dehydrating effects. There’s also a link between hard water areas and prevalence of eczema, so consider a water softener.

• Towels

Sensitive or delicate skin can get irritated by drying yourself roughly or over-zealously! Try using a very soft towel and just pat yourself dry instead; leaving skin a little damp and moisturising straight away should help.

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Important Note

If you require medical advice we recommend you always contact your healthcare professional.

If you or someone you are caring for seems very unwell, is getting worse or you think there’s something seriously wrong, call for emergency services straight away. For general medical advice, please contact your healthcare professional, this article does not contain or replace medical advice.

Do not delay getting help if you’re worried. Trust your instincts.

Why Am I Itchy After I Shower?

Why Am I Itchy After I Shower?

Do you notice that your skin feels tight after retiring from a long hot shower? Do you notice yourself scratching often maybe even that your skin seems to flake off afterwards? This could be due to the high levels of minerals in your water which are found in hard water. All you need to do to solve the issue is install a water softener.

Hard water can be very tough on skin especially if you already have a skin condition such as eczema or psoriasis. Hard water contains minerals such as calcium, magnesium and iron to name a few. These minerals do no react well with soap and easily form salts which stick to your skin, clogging pores and drying it out.

What is my solution?

By installing a water softener you can easily stop the following symptoms which are caused by hard water.

  1. Dryness- This is due to the minerals forming a film on the surface of the skin.
  2. Flaking– Although the skin flakes due to scratching this may not always be skin. The flakes could be particles of the salts formed by the minerals in hard water.
  3. Tight Skin– The minerals on the skin form to it as a shield. Think of the film you will see on a sink after a long time of enduring hard water.
  4. Itching/ Cracking– This is due to the drying out of the skin just as we see regularly in the cold winter months. In severe cases, the skin can become inflamed and bleed upon cracking.
  5. Dullness/ Wrinkles- The minerals in hard water break down healthy skin cells making the skin vulnerable to UV rays and sun damage.
  6. Acne- The salts form on the skin and clog pores creating breakouts.

Hard water has not been proven to cause skin conditions. However, it will continually worsen the issue. By having salts and minerals on your skin you will need to spend good money on expensive soaps which could intern destroy the natural oils in your skin. The only way to make sure that you are not endangering your skin is to install a water softener. This way you can be confident that you are cleaning your skin the proper way and keep all of the healthy oils where they belong.

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90,000 9 reasons why skin itches and how to get rid of it quickly

What you need to know about itchy skin?

It would seem that the skin itches is a trifle, but what anxiety! It used to be considered a type of pain. Subsequently, they came to the conclusion that this is not entirely true, but they recognized its connection with the nervous system – after all, the signal that it is necessary to scratch / rub / stroke this or that part of the skin comes from the brain.

“Pruritus is a subjective symptom of an allergic process, which is associated with increased production of histamine or various inflammatory mediators.Itching is a marker of disorders in the gastrointestinal tract, immune and nervous systems. If itching occurs, it is recommended to consult a dermatologist, who, if necessary, will refer you to another specialized specialist. ”

Take a nice example: a butterfly has landed on your hand. The skin sends information through the nerve endings (it became ticklish) to the brain, and a signal is immediately formed (look and, if anything, shake it off; check if everything is in order).

Tickling, light touch also causes itching of the skin of the body.Sometimes it is very pleasant. © Getty Images

But back to itchy skin. Its reasons are, firstly, not so pleasant, and secondly, not so obvious. In any case, this sensation triggers a scratching reflex in order to quickly get rid of the source of the itching of the skin and restore comfort.

Check how prepared you are for allergy season.

Detailed information on skin protection during the allergy season can be found here.

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Varieties of itchy skin

The causes of itching turned out to be so numerous that in the world (and in our country as well), at some medical clinics, there are entire centers dedicated to this problem. It is clear that everyone is familiar with the case when the skin itches as a result of a mosquito bite, but if itchy skin all over the body causes insomnia, it must be dealt with seriously. In addition, like pain, it can vary in intensity from mild to unbearable, causing you to scratch your skin.

According to the scale of manifestations, doctors divide itching of the skin of the body into two types – localized and generalized.


This species includes, among other things, the same mosquito bite. Very often, it is precisely a clear localization that makes it possible to establish the cause of an unpleasant phenomenon.


This is already a serious story. You can’t figure it out without a qualified doctor. Severe itching throughout the body can be the result of both a skin infection and serious internal diseases, even mental problems.

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Itching all over the body (without rashes): causes

The spectrum of causes of itchy skin is huge, let’s start with the most common and simple ones.

Excessive dryness of the skin

Dry skin leads to a violation of the integrity of its hydrolipid mantle. If the epidermis dries and flakes, it is usually accompanied by itchy skin. Unpleasant sensations can be after a shower, for example, if you use soap, which in combination with tap water dries the skin.In this case, itching all over the body, even without rashes, should be regarded as a request for help. Self-strength to repair the accumulated damage to the skin is no longer enough. You need powerful moisturizers.

So, provocateurs who can make just dry skin very dry:

Skin restoration after sunburn, aesthetic procedure

Indeed, beauty often requires sacrifice. Especially epilation… Itching of the skin of the body often accompanies the recovery process. © Getty Images

Indeed, “the skin itches – it means it heals.” Here you will have to endure and use soothing, moisturizing and regeneration-accelerating agents. The fault is histamine, which is produced at the sites of damage. One of its tasks is to increase blood circulation in this area, which speeds up the healing process.

Allergies and urticaria

In this case, too, histamine causes the skin to itch.Itching of the skin associated with cold allergy or photodermatitis develops in a similar way. Moreover, all this can result in the so-called generalized itching throughout the body, causing a lot of anxiety. How to quickly relieve itchy skin in case of allergies – the allergist or dermatologist will tell you.

Parasites, fungi, bacteria, viruses

Their army is innumerable, ranging from itch mites (it is very easy to pick it up) or lice, to fungus from the pool, staphylococcal infection (impetigo) and viruses, including herpes.Many conditions like chickenpox that accompany a rash inevitably make the skin itch and itch. Obviously, in this case, only the doctor will advise how to quickly relieve itching, and prescribe the necessary treatment for the disease. In the future, to strengthen the skin’s immunity, it is important to moisturize it well and prevent excessive dryness.

Skin diseases

Psoriasis, eczema, atopic and seborrheic dermatitis – many dermatological diseases of a non-infectious nature are also accompanied by itching, because they are somehow associated with damage to the skin, a violation of its microbiome and, as a rule, excessive dryness.

In such situations, the doctor prescribes not only treatment, but also daily care that will help to minimize the manifestations of the disease and keep it under control.

Deficiency of vitamins and minerals

It is clear that for such pronounced manifestations, the deficit must be very serious. Nevertheless, it is possible. Lack of vitamin D, iron, B vitamins, vitamin A negatively affects the skin, leads to flaking and itching of the skin. But everything goes without a trace, one has only to satisfy the vitamin and mineral hunger.

Diseases of internal organs and systems

Itching of the skin of the body, usually generalized, is often accompanied by very serious diseases, including diabetes mellitus, other endocrine (hormonal) disorders, diseases of the blood, liver, kidneys, neurological and oncological problems. Therefore, in no case should this symptom be neglected and the doctor’s consultation should be postponed.

If the cause of itching is not obvious, consult a doctor! © Getty Images

Psychogenic itching

Psychogenic itching of the skin makes us itch when we read an article about itching, or see someone itching.This form differs from the rest by the complete absence of visible and objective reasons. This happens on the basis of nerves. You’ve probably seen people scratching their palms in moments of excitement or stress, as if they were experiencing severe itching on their hands.

But the psychogenic itching of the body is manifested not only on the basis of nerves. Sometimes this problem interferes with living, sleeping. In this case, you should not delay with a consultation with a doctor, the specialist will give competent advice on how to get rid of the itching of the skin of the body – quickly and effectively.

Generalized psychogenic itching of the skin can accompany a depressive state.

Why can the skin itch during pregnancy?

Many expectant mothers face this problem: literally from the first weeks of pregnancy, itchy skin can appear on the hands, face, chest, abdomen, thighs and even legs. The body in different places tingles like needles, and with what this is connected, no doctor can definitely answer: there are too many changes in the body.

The reasons for this itching all over the body (without rashes) during pregnancy can be very different.

  • Hormonal activity. Itchy skin all over the body may be hormone related. Some (chorionic gonadotropin and placental lactogen) generally appear in the body only during pregnancy. The ratio of others is changing. Moreover, it is constantly changing, because first their task is to ensure the normal development of the fetus, and then – to start the process of childbirth. Fluctuations can be very significant: for example, progesterone and prolactin increase several times! Both internal organs and our skin react to these changes.

  • Stretching of the skin. The abdomen is rounded, the breasts increase, the weight grows – and the skin stretches, it can itch and even peel off. For those with dry skin, itching can be very intense. They should definitely use intensive moisturizers. A moisturizer will help with strong weight gain and multiple pregnancies, when the skin is forced to “work” in an extreme mode.

  • Allergic reactions. Allergies to dust, animal dander and so on can cause itchy skin in early pregnancy. Even if you have never suffered from it, it is worth excluding this factor.

  • Increased sweating. It can be caused by the action of the same hormones or sudden weight gain. Itching of the skin is most pronounced in the armpits, in the folds, on the legs below the knees. Often, women in position complain of itching on their hands in the area of ​​the palms. How to get rid of itchy skin of the body and preferably quickly? Drying agents and comfortable clothing made from natural fabrics will help relieve irritation.

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How to quickly get rid of itchy skin all over the body

First, go to a dermatologist for a consultation. This is the main advice. Only a dermatologist can give professional advice on how to quickly relieve itchy skin.As you can see, there can be many reasons, and very serious ones. However, traditional skin care can be redefined.

Alexander Prokofiev, medical expert for La Roche-Posay , offers three universal tips for skin care:

  1. 1

    use only mild products for cleaning, exclude soap;

  2. 2

    apply emollients (moisturizers) several times a day, the skin should never remain dry;

  3. 3

    Try not to scratch the skin, as it is damaged, nerve endings are irritated and the vicious circle of itching-scratching atopy is triggered. Instead of using your own nails, it is better to use products that soothe the skin.

Cosmetic products

Depending on the cause of itching, you should choose the right cosmetics.

It is quite obvious that cosmetics will not solve the problem until the original cause of itchy skin is eliminated, so do not neglect the consultation of a dermatologist.

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What cosmetics will help in skin care

It is necessary to be especially careful with the stages of cleansing and moisturizing, and also not to forget about the dangers of the sun.


In case of itchy skin and hypersensitivity, it is important to choose shower gels as carefully as possible.

Lipikar Syndet AP + contains shea butter, vitamin B3 and a probiotic for skin regeneration.

Lipid-replenishing emollient bath and shower oil Lipikar AP + Oil, La Roche-Posay is addressed to extremely dry skin of adults, children and babies. Contains ingredients aimed at rebuilding the skin microbiome and reducing the discomfort caused by dryness.


Moisturizing “Melting Body Milk”, Garnier, , in addition to nourishing oils, contains a complex of bifidobacteria, which moisturizes and strengthens the protective barrier of the epidermis. Oat milk additionally soothes the skin.

Moisturizing cream, CeraVe is addressed to dry to very dry skin of the face and body. Thanks to ceramides and hyaluronic acid, it restores moisture balance. The product is hypoallergenic. Visibly soothes the skin.

Nourishing Body Cream Creme de Corps, Kiehl’s – Thick and rich, it is considered to be one of Kiehl’s best moisturizers. The cream contains squalane and nourishing oils. Easily absorbed and moisturizes even very dry skin.

After Sun

Refreshing after sun cream “Expert Protection”, Garnier with vitamin E soothes, gives a feeling of comfort, promotes the speedy restoration of the skin barrier.

Mineralizing thermal water, Vichy can serve as a kind of SOS agent. It soothes and restores the protective functions of the skin.

Back to the table of contents 90,000 Itching of the skin after a shower or hot bath

Some people experience itching after a shower or hot bath. This itching is called aquagenic.

In most cases, itching of the skin is a sign of a harmless condition, but sometimes severe illnesses with the same symptoms occur.

Features of aquagenic itch

Aquagenic itching occurs after contact with water. In this condition, there are no external manifestations on the skin. The water can be of any temperature. This happens in the shower, in the swimming pool, in the sea, or when you sweat profusely.

The skin of the hands and feet itches most often. Sometimes symptoms can spread to the palms, soles, scalp.

Itching does not affect the mucous membranes.

The itching sensation appears 2-15 minutes after exposure to water and lasts 10-120 minutes.

The prevalence of aquagenic pruritus is approximately 4.5% in the general population.

Itching of the skin from water often begins before the age of 30, but can also occur in old age.

Aquagenic itching occurs more frequently in men than in women.

The average age of the cases is 40 years.

If there is no obvious cause, then the so-called idiopathic aquagenic pruritus occurs.

No specific treatment has been developed for aquagenic pruritus.There is no great harm from such a condition, therefore, they are limited to expectant tactics.

Very rarely, aquagenic itching is complicated by aquadinia, that is, the appearance of pain after contact with water. In places where there was itching, pain appears.

For the treatment of aquadinia, propranolol, clonidine and topical capsaicin are used.

Propranolol and clonidine are blood pressure lowering drugs, but they also have other effects. They are able to reduce some of the obsessive manifestations of nervous diseases.Such disorders include itching and chronic pain.

Capsaicin is a substance found in hot peppers. It irritates the skin and causes a burning sensation. Capsaicin is used to treat chronic pain such as osteoarthritis. By irritating the skin receptors in this way, it is possible to reduce the painful sensations of aquadinia.

Antimalarial drugs

Cases of aquagenic itching of the skin have been reported during treatment with antimalarial drugs. Unpleasant sensations are localized on the lower extremities and on the back.There are no external manifestations on the skin. This side effect appears 1 to 3 weeks after the start of taking antimalarial drugs, begins a few minutes after contact with hot water, continues with high intensity for several minutes, then decreases and persists for several more hours.


Eczema is a disease in which the skin dries out too quickly and loses water. Itchy fissures develop, which can become inflamed and markedly reduce the quality of life.

With prolonged exposure to water, the natural grease is washed off the skin, and the severity of eczema increases. Patients complain of itching after a shower.

To reduce the symptoms of eczema, it is recommended to adhere to the following rules:

  • Use non-alkaline soap;
  • Wash in warm but not hot water;
  • Bathing should not exceed 20 minutes.

Cholinergic urticaria

Urticaria is the appearance of raised, itchy red patches on the skin.They arise for various reasons.

There is a type of urticaria called physical stress urticaria. Physical influences include high and low temperatures, pressure on the skin of clothing or shoes. High fever tends to trigger hives in humid conditions. This most often occurs during exercise and intense sweating. Hot water in the shower can also cause hives.

Interestingly, the combination of physical activity and subsequent hot shower causes a friendly effect, and urticaria appears on those areas of the skin where it was not previously present.

The raised part of the elements of cholinergic urticaria usually has a diameter of 1 – 4 mm. Wide areas of reddened skin form around such foci.

Cholinergic urticaria can appear anywhere other than the palms and soles. Very rarely, areas of redness occur in the armpit.

Cholinergic urticaria mainly affects men.

Average age of urticaria onset is about 20 years.

The average duration of an episode of cholinergic urticaria is 80 minutes.

Cholinergic urticaria is easily treatable with antihistamines. These are the simplest remedies for allergies.


In about 30-50% of cases, aquagenic pruritus is a manifestation of polycythemia. Polycythemia is a blood disorder in which there is an uncontrolled increase in the number of three blood components: red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets.

Platelets are cells that are involved in stopping bleeding.For their work, they use various biologically active substances. With polycythemia, there are clumps of platelets that release serotonin and prostaglandins. These substances cause itching.

Aquagenic pruritus occurs in about 60% of patients with polycythemia.

For the treatment of aquagenic pruritus in polycythemia, so-called phototherapy is used. The patient takes special agents that increase his sensitivity to light. Then sunbathing is prescribed. This type of treatment is used in the warm season.The effect persists for two months after stopping treatment.


If after a shower the skin itches and itches, then this is a symptom of a disease. The first few episodes of such aquagenic itching are the reason for a doctor’s examination. In most cases, the reasons for this condition are harmless. Most likely, these are manifestations of cholinergic urticaria or eczema. To control such diseases, it is enough to follow simple rules.

During the day, people are in contact with hot water for a short time.Therefore, aquagenic itching does not fundamentally affect the quality of life.

90,000 Body itches after shower

“Hurry to the shower, wash away the fatigue. It was not so. After the shower, the body began to itch. All sorts of bad thoughts come to mind. What to do? Wash yourself one more time with cold water ?! No, it does not go away … What to do ??? “- this is an approximate train of thought for sufferers who experience itching after taking a shower. So, several reasons why does the body itch after a shower? .

General itching may bother with diabetes

  • ;
  • jaundice;
  • 90,093 diseases of the lymphatic glands; 90,093 liver diseases;
  • for psychological stress;
  • problems with the thyroid gland;
  • 90,093 parasitic diseases;
  • oncological diseases …

Are you thinking? Enough of “horror stories”, it’s time to be examined.Now for more “harmless” reasons. Hard, highly chlorinated water, too strong “aggressive” detergents (powder, gels, soap) most often cause itching after a shower. The skin can itch from cosmetics, synthetic clothing. Itching from medicines follows a separate item. It is provoked by antibiotics, contraceptives, anti-arrhythmia drugs.

It is quite simple to eliminate external causes: change the detergent and rinse thoroughly, use fabric softener and not self-medicate, wash your body not with gel, but with shower cream (it contains more emollients).To relieve itching, pamper your skin with baby oil. Did not help? The next step is moisturizing creams and cosmetic milk for a wet body after a shower. In general, the field for experiments is vast. If you’re lucky, you will quickly find a suitable tool, if not, the experiments can be continued indefinitely.

When you are completely tired or unbearable, you can go to a dermatologist, allergist, get tested, determine and eliminate the causes. Skin can itching due to psychological, neurological problems.If you solve them, then the itching will pass without a trace. Doctors advise people with sensitive skin to give preference to cotton clothing. Choose soaps and gels containing starch, oats, without alcohol additives. Use humidifiers indoors.

From food exclude spicy, pickled dishes and more carefully approach proper nutrition. Look at the Wellness catalog and think about your health. These are external problems that can be corrected. It is much sadder if the itching is a consequence of organic disorders, that is, health problems.If traditional medicine is powerless in your case, consult a homeopathic doctor. He will select a composition that can eliminate the cause of the itching altogether.

90,000 Why does the body itch after a shower: causes and remedies

Why does the body itch after a shower: causes and remedies.

In some, after a shower, the body begins to itch, sometimes blisters may appear. Itching caused by water procedures is not uncommon.

After a shower, the body itches for those who have : increased sensitivity of the skin to the elements of water, increased sensitivity to the substances that make up the detergents.

The reason for this phenomenon has not yet been fully understood, but with unfavorable factors, special antibodies begin to be produced in the skin, they can cause itching on the skin.

Also, itchy skin after a shower can be the result of : latent diseases, endocrine pathologies, blood diseases.

The body itches after a shower.

Physiological causes of itching :

Increased sensitivity to water elements.

  • stiffness;
  • the presence of chlorine;
  • other inclusions.

Individual intolerance to detergents.

Pathological causes of itching : worms, oncology, blood diseases, endocrine pathologies, various liver pathologies, skin pathologies.

More options why the body itches after a shower:

Aquagenic itching.

Idiopathic aquagenic pruritus is a disease that arises from mental disorders and is accompanied by a depressive state. In this case, the body may itch a lot after a shower.Itching can be general or localized in a specific area.

Aquagenic allergy.

Aquagenic allergy is a rare pathology, in addition to itching, skin rashes can appear. The nature of the phenomenon is unclear, but it may be due to the production of histamine in the cholinergic reaction.

Manifestations of the disease:

May be with or without rash.

Itching can occur on a liquid of a certain temperature.

The reaction occurs even with short contact with water.

A strong jet of water and active rubbing with a towel can also cause an allergic reaction.

Duration ranges from several minutes to several hours (depending on individual characteristics).

Itching appears in the first minutes after starting a shower or some time after hygiene procedures.


Body response may indicate polycythemia. Polycythemia is a pathology characterized by an increased number of red blood cells in the blood.If the disease progresses, then the number of all elements in the blood increases.

In this pathology – under the influence of water, white blood cells produce substances that cause itching of the skin. A similar phenomenon in endocrine pathologies has a relationship with the accumulation of harmful substances, altered by metabolism.

Other possible reasons why the body itches after taking a shower.

Itching associated with liver disease is provoked by a high content of bile acids in the blood or prostaglandins and histamine.

Allergy on the skin with excessive production of thyroid hormones is associated with the formation of kinins, a rise in body temperature and xerosis.

Diagnostics and methods of elimination of allergic itching.

If after a shower the body itches, first of all, you need to find the cause of this uncomfortable condition, but there are many reasons: from hives to systemic diseases. Therefore, you need to contact a specialist, he will prescribe the necessary studies and prescribe treatment.Timely diagnosis and correct therapy will help avoid complications.

The main preventive measure for itching is proper nutrition, it normalizes the functioning of internal organs.

Reduce the amount of consumption of “harmful” products:

strong tea,

with coffee,

fried foods,

spicy dishes,

salty dishes,

To be consumed:




iodine-containing products,

You also need to change your hygienic skin care products to hypoallergenic products.

How to act if itching occurs? Prevention methods.

If the body itches after a shower, what should I do? To treat itching, you need to know exactly the cause.

Water filters can be installed to improve water quality.

If itching is associated with a chronic disease, the underlying disease must be cured.

Itching can be a reaction of the body to hygiene products – replace cosmetics and care products with hypoallergenic or baby ones.

And after a shower, lubricate the skin with oil or moisturizer.

Manifestations of idiopathic aquagenic itching – antihistamines are removed.

Deal with itching:

Rubbing leather.


Use of special cosmetics.

Warm baths with herbal decoction.

Healthy drinks.

Relieve nervous tension.

Pruritus: causes and prevention

In our article you will find a brief overview of the stages of itching and the risks associated with scratching, the 5 most common causes of this symptom and preventive measures.

Skin itching, according to dermatological data, is the most common cause of complaints that accompanies many dermatological diseases. In this case, there may be no external manifestations on the skin.

Stages of itching

It happens that itching is the dominant symptom, and sometimes even the only one.

Skin itching is divided into the following stages:

– Absence: nothing bothers you and there is no desire to “scratch”.

– Minor manifestations of a temporary nature, passing on their own.

– Minor manifestations of a permanent nature.

– Severe itching requiring medication.

– Intense itching, impairing cognitive functions.

– Intolerable itching, impairing the functions of rest (sleep)

It is impossible to ignore this symptom, since it is very important for diagnosis.

Combing your skin is dangerous!

Scratching is a pathological condition in which the desire to scratch, on the one hand, causes some relief, and on the other hand, provokes an increase in itching.

Combing is dangerous because a person scratches off the surface protective layer of the skin, and even more allergens, fungi, viruses and bacteria can penetrate through an open wound. This can complicate the course of the disease and its treatment.

TOP-5 causes of itchy skin

1. Allergic skin diseases.

Urticaria, atopic dermatitis, allergic contact dermatitis.

These diseases belong to the group of “itchy dermatoses” and can manifest themselves at any age.Allergic diseases are a common problem with which one in three visits a dermatologist. It should be noted that more often allergic diseases affect children of preschool and school age.

2. Photodamage to skin or sun damage. When a person is exposed to excessive exposure to sunlight, biologically active substances are released in our skin, including histamine, which causes itching. Also, the sun dries out the surface of the skin, which causes a feeling of constriction, which we feel as “dryness and itching”.

3. Dry skin

Usually this property of the skin is inherited and aggravated due to improper care, or due to damaging factors. Dry skin and itching are inextricably linked.

4. Senile skin

Age-related changes in the skin can also lead to the formation of itching. It all depends on the lifestyle, habits and accumulated baggage of diseases. The skin also reacts to a decrease in the level of essential enzymes and hormones in the body that occurs after age 50.Lack of nutrients leads to the formation of such a phenomenon as “senile skin”. Such skin is characterized by the absence of rashes and other skin diseases, including a history.

5. Parasitic diseases

Scabies, head lice and other diseases inevitably lead to the formation of itching. Parasitic diseases are dangerous because they are highly contagious. Parasitic organisms secrete their waste products, they are toxic and allergic to us, which forms itching and inflammation in the skin.Parasitic diseases need to be treated by a dermatologist as soon as possible.

Of course, the causes of itching are much greater, according to the World Institute for the Study of Itching, only skin causes can be distinguished more than 100.

TOP-5 measures to prevent itching

– Compliance with basic hygiene rules. By the way, did you know that daily use of a washcloth, even from natural ingredients, only increases itching and increases the risk of skin diseases by more than 80%?

– Keep the skin cool.Cold reduces the symptoms of itching, regardless of the cause.

– Refrain from visiting places with a high risk of contracting skin diseases: saunas, baths, swimming pools. Or be sure to take a shower without detergents after visiting them.

– Use of professional body care products. The lower the quality of the products you buy, the higher the likelihood of future health problems for your skin.

– Humidification. This is an important indisputable fact.Remember that the purpose of shower gel and soap is not to moisturize, but to gently cleanse the skin without harming it with its alkaline environment. At the time of eliminating the main problem, it is necessary to use specialized products that soften the skin and relieve the symptoms of itching.

References Used:

1. Andrew D, Craig AD. Spinothalamic lamina I neurons selectively sensitive to histamine: a central neural pathway for itch. Nature Neuroscience, 4, pp 72-77. 2001

2.National Cancer Institute. “Pruritus” Retrieved Jul. 1, 2019.

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90,000 Why does skin itch during pregnancy? Itching during pregnancy is not very common. Most often, the skin begins to itch unbearably (as after mosquito bites) in the evening, closer to night, which can provoke insomnia and generally worsen a woman’s mood.Usually, itching does not harm the baby and goes away on its own after childbirth. However, it is still worth consulting with a gynecologist and dermatologist.

What does it come from?

The cause of itching during pregnancy in most cases is a violation of the liver: the production and outflow of bile, a general increase in the level of bilirubin in the blood. This is due to a hormonal disruption in the body of the expectant mother – a violation of the synthesis of estrogen, as well as due to the pressure of the fetus on the bile ducts.The fatty acids produced in large quantities enter the woman’s skin with the bloodstream and irritate the nerve endings, causing excruciating itching. Similar phenomena associated with stagnation of bile in the body can make themselves felt in the third trimester of pregnancy. Sometimes itching is accompanied by such dangerous diseases as diabetes mellitus.

Who is predisposed?

Usually itching during pregnancy occurs in women with chronic diseases of the biliary tract and high cholesterol levels in the blood.Such expectant mothers need to regularly (at least once a month) do a biochemical blood test to exclude toxic effects on liver cells.

How to fight?

The pregnant woman should tell her gynecologist about the discomfort associated with itching. In some cases, itching can be a sign of the development of such a dangerous disease as hepatitis. The doctor will conduct appropriate examinations. If, according to an objective examination, itching does not pose any danger, it is often possible to get rid of discomfort by simply following a diet aimed at lowering cholesterol levels, limiting the use of fatty, spicy and salty foods that prevent the liver from coping with the function of bile secretion, as well as drinking plenty of fluids – it is necessary to eliminate dry skin.If diet does not work, your doctor may prescribe choleretic drugs suitable for pregnant women.

It is important to find the cause of the annoying itching, excluding a whole group of skin diseases that can occur during pregnancy.

Itching in the abdomen and chest

This itch is worth mentioning separately. As a rule, the skin on the abdomen or chest itches in the second and third trimesters due to its stretching, because it is these parts of the body that increase in volume during pregnancy.In this case, it is very important not to scratch the skin – this will lead to the appearance of stretch marks, which, unlike itching, will not go away after childbirth. Regularly use moisturizers, anti-stretch marks, gently massage your breasts and abdomen with circular motions of your fingers, and do not take a hot shower.

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Thierry Mugler Angel Shower Gel – “It’s okay. Except that I scratch like a flea monkey after a shower. ”

They say free and vinegar is sweet. Heck with two, I can tell you, not so sweet. Yes, the fragrance in a perfumed shower gel is important, who would argue, this is the essence of the product.But besides the aroma, it is also important for me how well it cleans the skin, consumption, dries or not. In general, I am telling you.

Shower Gel Thierry Mugler Angel .

Thierry Mugler Angel shower gel

I got it as a gift for buying perfume. The cost is about 2000 thousand for 200 ml. I will not argue here, everyone has a different income, different goals. I have a 30 ml miniature, not as beautiful as the full size, but still.I won’t say anything sensible about the composition, I don’t understand this, but I don’t mind taking a picture:

Thierry Mugler Angel Shower Gel

In principle, there is all the necessary information about the product, composition, shelf life after opening. I like that the gel can lie on the shelf for two years, it will not fade. In this regard, it is convenient, since the consumption of the gel is really small, there is no need to pour liters onto the sponge.

Thierry Mugler Angel Shower Gel

I liked that there is extra protection.So if someone decides to open and smell your gel, you can notice it before buying. Yes, everything has an expiration date.

Thierry Mugler Angel Shower Gel

The color of the gel is kept in the same shade as the perfume – soft blue. The gel is very thick, concentrated. The smell is indeed very similar to perfume, but not exactly. Here it is more simplified, they did not regret bergamot, even more like a men’s perfume. In principle, pleasant, does not choke.

Thierry Mugler Angel shower gel

There is no need to pour a lot on the sponge, it foams just fine! Consumption in this regard is very small, even 30 ml is far from being washed in practice.

Thierry Mugler Angel Shower Gel

I liked that the washcloth glides well over the body, the foam is thick and rich. Yes, I love when there is a lot of foam, otherwise the feeling that I did not wash, but smeared the dirt.The sensations are very pleasant while I wash, I really like the aroma, like after a shower , a light trail of remains on the skin. It is felt if, for example, you decide to whisper something in your ear. The aroma is incomparable, spicy exactly. It does not last long, literally a couple of hours and disappears without a trace.

And you know, I would have washed and rejoiced if I didn’t go around like a flea monkey and would not itch so sensually. That dries my skin and that’s it! It is simply unrealistic to use it without milk. The skin tightens, begins to peel off.

Perhaps this is a marketing idea that I washed myself with this gel, polished the whole thing with perfumed body milk and walk around with all such fragrant thoughts without perfume. But you know, I somehow got used to softer shower gels, when I smear with milk every other time, and not after each wash and forcedly.

Total .

Honestly, I don’t even know what grade to put. The consumption of the gel is small, foams well, rinses off quickly, there is no feeling of a film on the skin.The fragrance holds on the skin well, does not stifle, but differs from perfume. In general, a pleasant aroma, but due to the simplification, it is more like a man’s perfume, spicy, sweetish, slightly bitter. For an amateur, however, like the spirits themselves are an angel.

I didn’t like the fact that it dries the skin too much. Not suitable for dry and sensitive. Feels like it’s as if I washed myself with laundry soap. Do not take a quick shower in the morning, get dressed and run. It is necessary to apply body cream, wait until it is absorbed.Well, otherwise I’m just scratching my head.

There was no desire to buy a full-size one.

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