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Fabrics That Give Allergy

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Fabrics That Give Allergy
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Video: Can clothes irritate skin? Know if you are allergic to fabric !!!-Dr. Urmila Nischal|Doctors' Circle 2023, March

For many people buying clothes is a bit of a complicated task. And it is that some fabrics cause allergies so they have to avoid them completely. It is normal for them to carefully read the labels of the clothes to confirm if they can buy it. Now, there are many other people who do not have the slightest idea of what is causing their skin allergies and in many cases that is due to the clothes they are wearing. That is why we turned to the dermatologist Alicia Barba, Dove ambassador, to explain specifically what fabrics are most likely to cause some skin irritation and how we can realize that it is clothes that leave us in that state. Read below and take note.

Avoid rough fabrics

Fabrics that carve, causing friction such as in the neck or under the armpits can cause skin irritation and inflammation. Especially synthetic fabrics made with different chemicals, like some polyester, nylon, spandex and wool.

Let the skin breathe

There are fabrics that do not let the skin breathe, which keep moisture too much. When it is very hot or you are sweating these fabrics do not allow sweat to dry and accumulate, for example, in the groin, under the arms or under the breasts. That causes an irritation or a condition called intertrigo. I see this a lot in the winter because it is cold outside, we bring more clothes and the same internal heat causes this sweating and incidentally allergies. To combat sweat and alleviate these problems, I recommend using a strong antiperspirant like Dove Advanced Care, because it protects you for 48 hours and contains moisturizers to take care of the skin and prevent inflammation caused by rough fabrics.

Take into account the way you wash clothes

Fabrics that absorb detergents or fragrances can cause contact allergies. As a dermatologist, my protocol is to find out what the patient is using new on the skin that may be causing some type of allergy. The solution is to look for detergents that are made for sensitive, fragrance-free skin. You have to have pending what you use to wash clothes, sheets and even underwear.

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