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Phenoxyethanol and Skin Allergies: What You Need to Know

Phenoxyethanol and Skin Allergies: What You Need to Know

Understanding phenoxyethanol sensitivity and allergy symptoms is of utmost importance, particularly for individuals who experience adverse reactions. If you suspect you may be allergic to phenoxyethanol, it is vital to thoroughly examine the ingredients of your skincare products and consider opting for organic cotton clothing items.
The Skin Enemy Hiding Behind Labels: Propylene Glycol

The Skin Enemy Hiding Behind Labels: Propylene Glycol

In 2018, the American Contact Dermatitis Society named an ingredient common to many cosmetics, topical skin products, foods, medications, and even clothing the Allergen of the Year due to its increasing prevalence and potential risks for individuals with skin allergies and sensitivities.

The allergen in question? Propylene Glycol.

The Hidden Threat: Black Rubber Mix and its Impact on Skin Allergies

The Hidden Threat: Black Rubber Mix and its Impact on Skin Allergies

The primary strategy for individuals with skin allergies and sensitivities is to avoid contact with brm as much as possible. Examining household products containing rubber and opting for latex-free clothing is not only essential but necessary. 

Here’s Why People with Sciatica Should Avoid Tight Clothing

Here’s Why People with Sciatica Should Avoid Tight Clothing

You may not be aware of it, but wearing constrictive clothes, particularly those with extremely tight waistbands, can distress the largest nerve in the body called sciatic nerve, causing pain, numbness, and tingling sensations from the lower back down to the feet.
Small Area, Big Impact: How to Better Protect Your Feet from Psoriasis

Small Area, Big Impact: How to Better Protect Your Feet from Psoriasis

When it comes to balance and mobility, our feet are the most vital part of our body. The simple actions of getting in and out of bed, going for quick walks, and running errands on the weekend are just some among the movements that we usually take for granted—until they become challenging to perform with psoriasis.
The 4As of Managing Latex Allergy

The 4As of Managing Latex Allergy

In observance of Latex Allergy Awareness Week, Cottonique reminds everyone to keep their skin safe from latex-related products by using our 100% organic cotton clothes, ultimately preventing unwanted allergic reactions.
Everything You Need to Know About Dupixent

Everything You Need to Know About Dupixent

In a press release issued by the French multinational pharmaceutical and healthcare company Sanofi, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has given the green light to the utilization of Dupixent to treat cases of atopic dermatitis.
7 Types of Psoriasis

7 Types of Psoriasis

While the symptoms that psoriasis seem indistinguishable as common patches and rashes erupt over the body, it's important to know that knowing which types of psoriasis you have can help in managing the symptoms.

Can Menopause Trigger Skin Allergies?

Can Menopause Trigger Skin Allergies?

Every woman entering the menopause stage knows about the typical night sweats, mood swings, and hot flashes associated with the transition. Skin allergies, on the other hand, may sit at the lower end of the spectrum.
EXPLAINER: Everything You Need to Know About Cobalt Allergy

EXPLAINER: Everything You Need to Know About Cobalt Allergy

Since the skin is the largest organ in the body, it should go without saying that every precaution should be taken to keep it safe. That's why it's important to always consider what comes into contact with your skin each day. 
Understanding Sun Allergy: Causes, Symptoms & What to Wear

Understanding Sun Allergy: Causes, Symptoms & What to Wear

While mild cases of sun allergy can subside on their own and may clear up without treatment, we believe the most effective treatment for sun allergy is to avoid sun exposure.
Vulvodynia and How to Treat the Painful Symptoms

Vulvodynia and How to Treat the Painful Symptoms

Persistent, unexplained, and painful. These are the words that are often linked to vulvodynia, a chronic pain condition of the vulva that lasts more than three months without an identifiable cause.