Skin allergies to cosmetics. Hypoallergenic products.

05-01-2018 slyty
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There are many people who suffer from allergies to certain cosmetics on the skin, therefore, have to go to hypoallergenic products.

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These products are formulated to minimize the risk of allergy, which does not mean you remove it completely. For formulation they have been selected ingredients that have passed a series of studies of safety and tolerance .... They removed the most likely to cause allergies components such as preservatives, perfumes and some dyes, where possible; They are suitable for reactive, sensitive skin to climate change or product, or irritated.

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The symptoms of allergy are irritation, dermatitis and redness of the skin, and urticaria. rashes, eczema, itching, swelling and redness may occur in the area that was exposed to treatment, as well may also occur in other body parts.

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The areas of the body where it occurs more often contact dermatitis are the face and cosmetics, especially the eyelids, but also can originate in the neck, armpits, arms, forearms and hands. While on the lips can be given cases of swelling, redness, scaling, and wounds.

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Do not confuse sensitive skin and allergies. The first does not tolerate most products; the second one can be anyone at any time.

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There are more than 30,000 cases of cosmetic-related allergies reported annually, and more than a million cases that go unreported.

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Whether a person is allergic to a particular substance it is determined by their genes, but not born allergic to that substance; allergy occurs by repeated with the same, so that a person who is allergic to certain substance present may have been using it without problems for years contact. Once they have developed an allergy, it persists throughout life.

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Products that can cause allergies are: makeup, shampoo, scented soap, deodorants, perfumes, moisturizers and anti-wrinkle dyes, hairdressers, sunscreens, nail polish, ... and a long list of products designed for our hygiene staff and also to enhance our beauty and make us feel more attractive.

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The allergens that most commonly cause a contact dermatitis are fragrances, preservatives, dyes, hairdressers, nail resins in cosmetics, sunscreens, as well as oils derived from plants and flowers used in these products.

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We must try to identify which products cause allergies us, and stop using them. The best advice for women who have developed an allergy to a cosmetic product, which will alternate the products to find the one that does not cause any symptoms If we do not find out, you should go to an allergist, to help us.

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* Some tips to follow in these cases:

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  • Never use or share cosmetics provided.
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  • Use hypoallergenic products, for people prone to allergies.
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  • Do not use expired cosmetics.
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  • You have to check the inside of the arm a small amount to see if the skin reacts within 24 hours. If it is a facial product, it is best to test a small area of ​​the face, since the skin of the arm is not the same as that of the face.
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  • Natural cosmetics, is a good choice for this problem because they contain no preservatives of any kind, made with organic ingredients.
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  • Choose cosmetics fragrance with few pigments
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  • Agrees that the products are not contaminated by bacteria or preservatives: use ranging packaged in tubes or jars narrow neck; the tubes are highly recommended to prevent the entry of air.
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  • The exposure time the product has to be right, too much time exposure may cause skin reactions. This is important in the case of application of dyes, bleaches or hair depilatories.
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  • Do not use a product in a different place than it is intended.
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  • Do not overuse sprays, mousses, gels or fixatives. Repeated applications in one day can cause allergies.
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  • Stop using the product if you have a rash or other problem when using it.
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  • Wash your hands before applying makeup and pull up if it changes color or odor.
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  • Always use special sunscreen for sensitive skin or sun intolerance, better with physical filters, which are not absorbed but remain on the skin as a barrier.
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  • Alcohol perfumes let you enjoy your favorite scent without fear of ronchones fill.
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Cosmetics and creams for sensitive skin prone to allergies can buy in the pharmacies, many of which are sold by prescription so it is best to check with your dermatologist to advise you on the best treatment for you.

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Equally renowned firms like Avène, La Roche-Posay, Vichy Bioderma and Letiasí as Sensiliselaboran and hypoallergenic products of high quality mode; Notably always you have to confirm the words "hypoallergenic" and not "dermatologically tested" because the latter range of items does not guarantee the absence of allergic reactions.

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It also has hypoallergenic products, Clinique, Mary kay.