Blog — skin allergy


How to Make Your Easter Celebration Egg-cellent and Allergy-free 0

Spring time is fun time because of the weather, and there are also celebrations here and there. If you’re preparing for Easter, Passover, and other spring activities, do not forget to watch out for asthma and allergy triggers that could affect your plans. Here are some suggestions on how to make your spring and Easter celebrations fun and itch-free.

Study: Kids with Autism More Likely to Suffer from Allergies 0

A study published in the medical journal, JAMA Network Open, suggests that children with autism spectrum disorders or ASDs, are more prone to have food, respiratory, or skin allergy. ASDs are neurodevelopmental disorders that begin early in childhood and last throughout a person's life. People with ASDs have difficulty communicating and interacting socially.

Good Sleep is Just a Run Away 0

The sleep-deprived among us, especially those who have seasonal allergies need not fret their sleep time away. Even while suffering from allergies that may hamper sleep people can still do things beyond what is expected not just in treating allergies but inducing sleep as well.

That-Time-of-the-Month Hives: What Women Need to Know 0

We all have those days when we just want to scream and bury our faces in our pillows. For some women, these days tend to coincide with that particular time of month. Chronic hives, or urticaria, is twice as common in women as in men. For some women, their hives seem to be connected to their menstrual cycle. But what causes hives on the skin to flare during that time of the month?

Tattoo Ink Allergy: Think Before You Ink 0

Getting a tattoo is not a pain-free process and there are several risks to consider before subjecting your skin to a tattoo needle. Even if you choose a safe tattoo studio and an artist who uses a sterile needle, bad reactions can still occur right after you get a tattoo and even years later. Tattoo ink can potentially cause an allergic reaction which can then result to swelling, irritation, a rash, or some other skin problem, at or around the tattooed area.

Avoid These Skin-Care Mistakes This Winter 0

Winter is the worst time for your skin. The cold climate coupled with freezing winds can dry your skin until it breaks and if you’re one of the many people living with eczema or suffering from Multiple Chemical Sensitivities then your skin is at greater risk during wintertime.

Unfortunately, we have a few bad habits that we think won’t affect our skin but in reality these things can make our skin worse. Read on and see what you’ve been doing wrong.

Air Pollution and Your Skin 0

When people discuss about skin allergies they often think that fabrics, foods and other substances that come into contact with your skin, or your internal organs, are the culprits. It’s rare that people consider air pollution as a factor since they often associate that with asthma.

Morning Rituals for People with Eczema 0

When you’re suffering from eczema every morning requires a few rituals that you should practice religiously so that you’ll get to enjoy the rest of the day with minor to zero disturbances from your skin condition.

Quick Home Remedies to Soothe Dry Itchy Feet 0

An itchy foot can be annoying and put you over the brink, particularly when you’re wearing shoes. The most common reasons behind itchy feet are dry skin and overly moist feet. But worry no more because these itchy feet remedies can bring you fast relief.

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:

Relation Between Diabetes and Skin Disorders: 10 Signs that Appear on Your Skin 0

Diabetes is a non-treatable (but manageable) disease that occurs when your blood sugar (glucose) is high. Blood glucose is your main source of energy and comes from the food we eat. Although it is an important staple when left unchecked over time, too much glucose in your blood cells can lead to serious health problems.

A Guide to Helping Friends with Allergies (Part 3) 0

Living with severe allergies can be difficult for many people and one would be tempted to take pity on someone who’s in this kind of situation especially if that person is a friend.