it's been days that my nose feels itchy or has strange feeling on my nostril on the very top inside. i do dog grooming but i dont know if this has to do anything with it but when i was shampooing dirty dogs, some water/shampoo from that dog got into my nose before. What product can I use to make it feel better?
In order for me to determine a treatment....any treatment, I would first have to examine you and your problematic nose. As you know, this is not something that I can do over the Internet. I am very sorry, but there are no specific products over the counter for a blanket treatment.
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Report This| Share this:My Nose Feels Itchy or Has Strange Feeling. What Can I Do?In order for me to determine a treatment....any treatment, I would first have to examine you and your problematic nose. As you know, this is not something that I can do over the Internet. I am very sorry, but there are no specific products over the counter for a blanket treatment.
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