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CONTACT DERMATITIS: SUBSTANCES TO AVOID

Contact dermatitis is an infammatory response of the skin due to vulnerability to some substances.It is one of the ten main reasons for fundamental care consultations. There are more than 3,000 substances that could cause contact dermatitis on a variety of people’s skin. Some irritants are cosmetics, shampoos, and hair dyes which include possible bothersome ingredients. How to identify the agent that caused such irritating behavior is critical.

Irritant contact dermatitis is when a product primarily causes a topical poisonous effect in the skin cells while allergic contact dermatitis is when a substance results to an allergic response due to skin sensitization from periodic contact.

The most affected areas are usually the hands, neck,face, arms, legs and feet and primary symptoms would be dryness, redness, itchiness, swelling, peeling and the development of blisters. Contrary to hives, contact dermatitis could last days, weeks or longer.

The ones usually affected by contact dermatitis are people under occupations which entail exposure to irritants or allergens and according to World Allergy Association, it is liable for 90% of workplace-connected skin disorders.

Anyone could develop contact dermatitis, in fact, a family history escalates the risk. It basically affects women but young people are equally exposed most particularly infants due to nappy friction and urine.

Read more at  http://www.thehealthyskinblog.org/contact-dermatitis-substances-to-avoid

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About John Montague DC

John Montague DC is the owner of WebVitamins. He is active in the industry and is currently president of the NPA East.

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