Coconut oil skin allergy

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I have patch tested coconut oil on my skin many times with no reaction. When i put it in my hair as a conditioner or near my face, my eyes get sticky, and i get post nasal drip and feel like i have a bad cold. Is this an allergic reaction to coconut oil even though it does not effect my skin?
Use the Neil Med Nasal irrigation system. Make sure you are taking a good multi and are fully hydrated. You can also swab some coconut oil in your nose with a q-tip after irrigating to keep it from drying out - its also antibacterial and antiviral. Good health to you!
from six years i am having some type of skin allergy i am a chef so i am having daily contact with different kinds of food ingredients.now it is worsened since one month .
thanks to you guys, i have inquired the allergy test in our country(philippines) its very expensive, i think allergy in throat and skin are not the same, my throat become ichy when i eat the food i mention, its likes i have pimples inside of my throat & very reddish color, what i do is gargle salt with water to kill the bacteria, its work for me i never drink antibiotic couse it will drop my immune system becouse of so much medicine inside my body like my doctor did to me he always give me
Allergy blood testing requires only one needle stick (unlike skin testing). This may be more attractive for people who are afraid of needles. Allergy blood testing is the preferred test for infants and very young children However..... Disadvantages of allergy blood tests include: 1. More expensive than skin testing. Many health insurers do not cover allergy blood tests. 2. May be less sensitive than skin tests. 3.
Had an allergy to skin product once, but it disappeared after I started using it, hope it would be the same in your case.
hi, my 2yrs old son started developing rash on his skin which look reddish on his skin. it comes only at night and going off if i appliy coconut oil. what could be the reason?
Best to feed no grain for kibble and canned food which usually doesn't have a lot of grain/filler. I think I saw on a post here that Coconut oil can be helpful in treating skin problems... I can't say it has been of any help for me or my dog.
I have given her multiple different type of skin soothing baths including Apple Cider Vinegar, Oatmeal, Coconut oil and medications. Nothing has stopped. I realize that each time she is bitten by a flea (even though it dies) it can cause a pump or irritation, but she is gnawing and scratching herself to death. I keep flea treatments on her. Put her on a basic diet with no additives for food and even an e-collar on her. So far I can not get her poor skin under control.
Maybe he is just sloughing off old skin, maybe it's an allergy (food, environmental, air borne.........). You can try adding some Omega 3 to his food daily and see if that helps the skin condition. Are you bathing him often? If so, in what and are you making sure to rinse the products out thoroughly? The only way you can see if it is a food allergy is to do an elimination diet and keep a diary and that can take a while.
One note on the allergy - I don't show an allergy to anything on a skin test - it has to be a blood test for Celiac (wheat allergy). Currently, I haven't taken any thyroid meds for a month because when I quit eating wheat my energy went sky hi & now the thyroid hormone (even 1/2 my regular dose of synthetic which ususally gives me no energy) makes my heart race and I get way too hyper . So I can't take anything until after I talk with doc tomorrow.
I have tried everything fragrance free, I think it's also cetyl alcohol, coconut oil, olive oil, avacado oil, cocobetaine, sodium laurel sulfate. What is wrong with my immune system? please help.
since the past month have small boils, that erupt all over the back, arms, and legs which turn into scabs and are itchy to discomfort. Apply coconut oil, and creames but no help except temperory relief. waiting for allergy blood reading, which they have taken 3 weeks ago!Live in Belgium.
cols, very cold, hot, very hot (or me it is very very hot water) Moisture your skin daily with any natural oil (coconut oil, argan oil, olive oil...
This is one company I know and trust. They used to use olive oil, but now they are using coconut or palm oil. That's good, unless you're allergic to coconut or palm oil. But, it is NOT soy. They use no animal products, which also respects how vegetarians and vegans feel. Here is the page: http://www.sappohill.com/buyerguide.html You will have to read the labels carefully.
used micanozole nitrate cream (2%) available in pharmacy on scrotum, twice daily, after showering and drying the area thoroughly with hair dryer. Applied coconut oil on top of this. (coconut oil has a unique composition that breaks down yeast cell walls upon contact. this will kill large amounts of yeast every day) 8. Ate yogurt (sugarfree) as often as possible. Tried different kinds to get all kinds of helpful bacteria. The problem is now 95% gone.
Once it stops etching, I take out my feet and dry those with a towel, without rubbing. 2- Soon after I apply some oil (may be brassica oil, olive oil or whatever natural oil i can get) to it... As soon as I feel my skin drying, I apply oil again. Usually 4 to 5 times in 4 to5 hours. This not only stops etching for 4 to 5 hours, but gradually reduces the intensity of inflamation as well. I repeat this after every 5 to 8 hours.
250 - 380 µg/dL Natural way to raise low DHEA levels include eating healthy fats such as eggs, coconut oil, nuts, and seeds that are high in omega-3 fatty acids; avoid sodas, sweets, and other junk foods that can stress the body; moderate exercise and reduce stress. There is also DHEA supplements available.
I was reading another post and someone suggested pure coconut oil. I have that in the house so I decided to go put some on my badly scratched arms and... I am NOT ITCHING!!! This might be the easiest remedy ever if it continues to work! Please try it and spread the word if it works for you! This suggests it might be fungal -which I did suspect-coconut oil is anti-fungal. That (fungus) would be normal during the summer- in lakes and at the beach in moist conditions even humidity.
Our 2 year old golden retriever developed a severe skin allergy in january. She was treated with prednisone and antibiotics. Within days of being off the meds the rash returned. The vet thougth it was a food allergy. We changed her food and she recovered. Now 3 months later she has developed the rash again. We bathe her with an oatmeal shampoo but she broke out even worse. She is constantly itching and has dry skin. She chews the pads on her feet until they bled.
that's is most likely not skin cancer at all. it sounds like tinea versicolor possibly. google that term and look at the images. if that's what you have it is a fungal infection that is often times caught in tanning beds. that is absolutely not the only place people catch it, but common. and it is very very common on the chest and back. easily treatable. you'll need a prescription. skin cancer comes by way of scaly sores, weird bumps , lesions etc.
They make it the traditional old fashioned way that is thousands of years old, except they use coconut oil instead of traditional lard. Ask the allergist to run some chemical allergy tests. There are many ingredients in that shampoo, so take the bottle with you when you ask the allergist to do this. This way they can find out which of the chemicals you had the worst problem with. Likely, the sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), because it is a known irritant. It's also a known carcinogen.
Hi For several months I have been getting this weird sensation that my skin is crawling. This happens just behind my right shoulder blade in exactly the same place every time. It generally happens for no reason that I can fathom. It is a sort of itching sensation and then a sensation that there is something crawling under my skin. When I rub it with my fingers it disappears for a while but inevitably it returns within a few minutes. There is no pain involved.
We recently started using organic extra virgin coconut oil -- and Nikkivee posted this as well. Coconut oil is naturally anti-fungal (anti-yeast), so it’s a perfect yeast-fighter. Eating coconut oil helps fight the yeast on the inside, and it can be used topically to relieve fungal/yeast symptoms on the outside as well. It's also anti-bacterial and anti-viral in nature, so eating it every day is an excellent boost for your immune system.
I also had one of them write me a perscription for mites because of the bugs i thought i was feeling in my skin and that did not work either. Im gonna try the tea tree oil. Any help is appreciated, Thanks.
It took forever to heal. I suggested a netti pot saline rinse, then applied organic coconut oil with a cotton swab liberally to each split. (I had heard about coconut oil being used on cuts.) To his/my amazement, it healed almost overnight without the itchy, painful scab.
My adopted westie (about 3 years old now) seems to have a skin allergy that comes and goes. The vet suggested since it isn't severe to treat with benadryl when it flares up, or bringing her in for shots. I have read a lot about westies online with atopic dermatitis (sp?) and in some cases seems to be so severe that they eventually have to be put down. This worries me. Even though her problem isn't that bad right now, it seems to get worse every time it flares up.
I posted this info before, but it was a reply to someone else's similar post... I am a 23 year old healthy male. I recently had a full physical and the results were that I am in above average health. I have no diseases, do not use drugs, but drink on occasion. Anyways, just started noticing these strange symptoms, within the past few weeks. Nothing "brought it on" so to speak that I can tell of.
The Benadryl worked - I tried to stop using it three days ago and within two days my mouth started to burn and turn red and my red eye patches started to come back - the skin being slightly itchy. I am trying to figure this out - allergy (environmental? food allergy?) virus? Vitimain B2 deficiency? Soy allergy. I am already allergic to dairy and eggs. I have a cat - but do not think I am allergic to her. I eat really well. I do not smoke and drink infrequently.
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