Miami, FL (PRWEB) September 02, 2013
A recent article posted on the Dailymail.com in the UK shared information surrounding the connection between common personal care items, and eczema. As the article states, recent reports of allergic reactions, lung illnesses, and eczema have been associated with the use of spray deodorant, and other aerosol items. While the associated effects of aerosol sprays have been known to cause coughing and sneezing, sources are now claiming the use of aerosol propellants is largely associated with eczema breakouts in men, and women. As a leader in eczema awareness and education Probiotic Action shares the new industry insight on eczema triggers and how to treat them.
Most studies have proven that eczema is often a reaction from external catalysts, similar to allergies, causing the skin to react in breakouts. Although many individuals have not classified the entirety of their triggers, common reactors are perfume, soaps, clothing materials, and even food. Aside from items that may come in direct contact with skin, certain sprays, containing aerosol propellant chemicals are now being classified as a breakout catalyst. For those who have experienced allergic reactions to common beauty items, industry experts are suggesting that users look more closely into the ingredients of their care items. Items containing alcohols, aluminums, and perfumes have been known to dehydrate the skin, making it more susceptible to a reaction. While some look to topical ointments to reduce the after breakout effects, recent findings are claiming the use of probiotics may aide in the reduction of skin irritation from allergens, or irritants as they are known to reduce inflammation in certain body systems.
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