Blog — Hypoallergenic Clothing


Allergic Shiners: A Not-so-shiny Sight 0

A dark circle under the eye is usually a sign of exhaustion or a fight. However, this is also a symptom of allergies. Allergic shiners are also called allergic facies or periorbital venous congestion/periorbital hyperpigmentation. While the discoloration is harmless, having it or seeing it on someone can be very worrisome.

Allergic to Colors? Be Wary of These Dyes 0

If you’re wearing a colored shirt and hives suddenly sprouted all over your body then there’s a chance that you might be allergic to certain dyes. If that’s the case then you should be allergic to the following dyes:

Dealing With Itchy Skin During Pregnancy 0

Pregnancy can bring about many unusual symptoms and your skin is not immune to the hormonal changes you’re experiencing. Your clothes make it worse by constantly rubbing against those itchy patches and you can barely concentrate on anything because you’re trying to resist the urge to scratch. Fortunately, and most of the time, itching is normal and harmless and will subside after you give birth. But here are some tips that could help you get relief.

The Best Hypoallergenic Clothes Come with these Criteria 2

If you're looking for the best hypoallergenic clothes chances are you’ll end up buying a pair of pure organic cotton clothes. Pure organic cotton is the best kind of material for people with sensitive skin or more specifically multiple chemical sensitivities (MCS). Not just because they’re softer than other fabrics, but pure organic cotton clothes have other features that make them the best hypoallergenic clothes and the criteria below are what give them that edge.


6 Reasons Why You Should Start Wearing Cotton Panties 0

Cotton underwear is starting to become a trend for people who prefer comfort over style and if you’re concerned about your private part you should jump on the bandwagon and change your clothing habits as well.

Here are six reasons why you should start wearing cotton panties:

How pH Level Affects the Skin 0

pH or "potential hydrogen,” is the measurement of the acidity or alkalinity of a solution on a scale from 0 to 14, with 1 being the most acidic to 14 being the most alkaline, and 7 representing neutrality. Determining the pH level of a certain product is important, because it influences several factors contributing to the skin's overall health.

Organic Products: Go or No? 0

Organic skin care products and items are very popular now, and they can be seen and bought online and from physical stores. However, there is still an ongoing debate whether going organic is really safer or not. Here, we list some of the reasons why you should consider using organic products.

Organic Cotton Clothing is best for Infants 0

Your baby is the most precious person in the world and they definitely deserve all the best things in life. Taking care of infants can be a challenging yet rewarding task. There are numerous aspects to carefully consider such as knowing the best products to use to keep babies feel comfortable as well as protect them from anything harmful.