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Uses for AmLactin Lotion

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Stacey Kole worked for five years as managing editor of the style and pop-culture magazine Savvy, where she traveled coast-to-coast covering all things fashion and beauty. In addition to daily writing and editing duties, she interviewed and penned cover stories on such celebrities as Avril Lavigne, Julianne Hough and “Twilight” star Ashley Greene.
Uses for AmLactin Lotion
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AmLactin Moisturizing Body Lotion is recommended by beauty magazines and dermatologists alike for its ability to treat rough, dry skin. Available at drugstores, the product contains 12 percent lactic acid. While this dose is comparable to prescription strength alpha-hydroxy acid, AmLactin lotion has the added benefit of being pH-balanced for the skin.

Dry Skin and More

Nongreasy and fragrance-free, AmLactin Moisturizing Body Lotion specifically targets dry-skin conditions. Not only is lactic acid a humectant that deeply moisturizes, it also exfoliates dead skin cells. Regular use, which is recommended twice daily, speeds skin-cell turnover to reduce the occurrence of flaky skin over time. In addition to benefiting aging skin, perpetual dryness and eczema, AmLactin is used to treat keratosis pilaris; sometimes called “chicken skin” -- tiny red bumps that form on the back of the arms and inner thighs when a buildup of protein plugs the hair follicles. AmLactin’s ability to exfoliate and moisturize helps those plagued with KP control their symptoms.

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