Skin Allergies

  • July 8, 2018

    Types of Acne and How to Treat Them

    Acne is typically a chronic skin condition that is very hard to cure. Some acne types, such as teen acne are temporary and can disappear without any intervention. And there are other acne types, such as acne in adults that usually requires treatment. But no matter the type and severity...

  • July 5, 2018

    Rehydration as the Best Method to Treat Eczema

    There are various medications for eczema available on the market. But still the best way to treat eczema is to keep the skin well-hydrated.   Eczema, also known as dermatitis, is a condition associated with inflammation of the skin. The symptoms include severe itchiness, dryness, irritation of the skin and...

  • May 21, 2018

    Natural Remedies for Itchy Skin

    There are many reasons that can make your skin itch, including certain health conditions, insect stings, plants (such as ragweed or poison ivy), healing wounds, skin allergies, etc. This symptom can be very annoying and irritating. Sometimes, itching may get very intense and interfere with your quality of life.  ...

  • May 20, 2018

    Allergy to Polyester: What Are the Symptoms?

    An allergic reaction is the immune system’s response to certain substances called allergens. Normally, these substances are not harmful, but in allergic people they may cause a range of symptoms from sneezing and nasal congestion to low blood pressure and anaphylaxis, which can be life-threatening. In most cases, allergies are...

  • April 30, 2018

    5 Tips for Natural Skin Allergy Treatment

    Skin allergies can affect nearly everyone at some point in their lives. Reactions affecting you skin may be caused by allergens present in the environment or found in your skincare products, as well as by certain foods. You may experience various skin-related conditions including dry skin, rashes, pimples, boils, poison...

  • March 31, 2018

    What Do Vitamin B12 Supplementation and Cobalt Allergy Have in Common?

    Vitamin B12 supplementation has been linked to the development of an itchy, blistering skin rash, known as contact dermatitis. Specialists distinguish two types of contact dermatitis: irritant and allergic. However, it’s often difficult (and not important) to make a distinction between the two.   While all ages can be affected...

  • February 15, 2018

    Is It Possible to Have a Toothpaste Allergy?

    Toothpaste is one of most commonly used products on our planet. Normally, people clean their teeth with a toothpaste at least once a day. However, certain types of toothpaste may cause allergy-like symptoms. In general, toothpaste allergy is a rare disorder. This can be explained by the fact that we...

  • February 13, 2018

    Why Do You Develop an Allergy to Deodorants or Antiperspirants?

    Many people in the United States and all over the world use deodorants and antiperspirants every day trying to mask underarm odors and reduce perspiration. You can buy these cosmetic products individually, as well as a combination product. However, in some cases, people may have an allergy to deodorants or...

  • February 6, 2018

    What If You Have an Allergy to Tattoo Ink?

    When you decide to get yourself a tattoo, there are some aspects you should consider before entrusting your skin to a tattoo master. Possibility of virus infection like hepatitis and HIV is probably the greatest risk associated with tattoo industry. Therefore, you have to be absolutely sure that the studio...

  • February 4, 2018

    Fragrance Allergy Explained: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment

    As fragranced products become more and more demanded and supplied, a number of people with a fragrance allergy or sensitivity is growing. You can be exposed to fragrances in many ways: through scented candles or fragrance advertising inserts in fashion magazines; through some dish-washing liquids or shampoos; through a friend...

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