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.

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).
Do Stickers in Clothing Make You Itch? Explaining Adhesive Allergy

Do Stickers in Clothing Make You Itch? Explaining Adhesive Allergy

Adhesives serve an important purpose since they provide the strength to hold materials together through surface attachment. Stickers on clothes also work the same way, but the residue that they may leave behind may cause discomfort and irritation on people with skin allergies and sensitive skin.
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? 
The Differences Between an Allergist, a Dermatologist, and an Immunologist

The Differences Between an Allergist, a Dermatologist, and an Immunologist

When the skin reactions seem to be confusing, people are often left scratching their heads—thinking why they have it and who should they run to? Allow us to break down the differences among these doctors to understand what they can do in case your skin needs help.
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