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.
The Atopic March: Dealing with Allergic Conditions

The Atopic March: Dealing with Allergic Conditions

Pollen, food choices, dust, harsh chemicals, and fabrics — these are just some of the triggers that can cause allergic reactions in susceptible people. While allergic conditions seem more common in young groups, the symptoms they have can still progress over the years, affecting different age groups.
Disperse Blue 106: Everything You Need to Know

Disperse Blue 106: Everything You Need to Know

On a daily basis, people consume or come into contact with various dyes through food, personal care products, medicinal drugs, and even clothing. While dyes have become a critical component in the manufacturing world, it can have negative effects on people with skin allergies and sensitive skin. 
Irritant VS. Allergic Contact Dermatitis: What's the Difference?

Irritant VS. Allergic Contact Dermatitis: What's the Difference?

A person who has been exposed to a foreign substance may likely experience the two main types of contact dermatitis. Here's the difference between irritant contact dermatitis (ICD) and allergic contact dermatitis (ACD).
7 Common Clothing Choices that May Contain Possible Allergens

7 Common Clothing Choices that May Contain Possible Allergens

Clothes, despite their varying sizes, styles, and usage, all have one purpose to fulfill: they all serve to protect our skin from the world around us. However, with the countless harmful practices beleaguering the clothing industry, a question always pops up in the wardrobe: Can your clothes really keep you from harm? 
Understanding Thiuram Allergy

Understanding Thiuram Allergy

Mostly used as accelerators in the vulcanization of rubber processes and fungicides on seeds and plants, thiurams are allergens capable of wreaking havoc on people with sensitive skin. 

November 26, 2020 — Nathan Mariano