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.
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.

3 Effective Ways to Remove Formaldehyde in Clothing

3 Effective Ways to Remove Formaldehyde in Clothing

Despite its many useful purposes, the presence of formaldehyde in clothes can be harmful to people with skin conditions and sensitivities. Here's how to remove them.
Dry and Cracked Fingertips? Here's How to Heal Them

Dry and Cracked Fingertips? Here's How to Heal Them

Healing dry and cracked fingertips depends on what's causing them. Although there's no hasty remedy for dry and cracked fingertips, practicing these tips should make a difference. 
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.
Allergy-Free Wardrobe Guide: 5 Clothing Tips for People with Interstitial Cystitis

Allergy-Free Wardrobe Guide: 5 Clothing Tips for People with Interstitial Cystitis

Any clothing that constricts the stomach and tightens the pelvic area can prevent you from being comfortable, especially when you have Interstitial Cystitis.
Your Ultimate Guide to Preventing Jock Itch

Your Ultimate Guide to Preventing Jock Itch

Jock itch can last for months without proper treatment. Although over-the-medicine like antifungals can help alleviate the symptoms in a few weeks, nothing still beats prevention.
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
3 Different Ways Lupus Affects the Skin

3 Different Ways Lupus Affects the Skin

While nothing can substitute an effective treatment agreed by both the patient and the patient, certain health habits may still contribute to relieving the effects of lupus to the skin.

November 24, 2020 — Nathan Mariano