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Avatar n tn I've had 'sensitive' skin for the past 30 years - at least that's how my mother explained it and until I saw this site what I believed. It's hard to explain to someone what it's like to have spiderwebs brush across your skin willy-nilly. I get the sensations everywhere I have skin - sometimes I think it's where I don't have skin too! I suffer from allergies, crohns disease and depression. I'm on asacol & cipralex.
Avatar f tn Absolutely, I have had a very similar experience with a new type of hairspray. My skin (especially on my face/scalp) is very dry and sensitive. I bought a new brand of hair spray and I accidentally got a bit on the skin right above my ear and on my cheek. I rinsed it off but probably not well enough. I then had to have a very long phone conversation for work and the area that the phone was against (I was on a cell phone that was plugged in so it was very warm) got very irritated, itchy and red.
Avatar n tn ( My sister has pretty bad allergies and sensitive skin (she can only use certain detergents and soaps) Maybe that's whats happening to me even though I haven't changed anything except my mascara.
Avatar f tn I use pure vegetable glycerin as a body lotion with good results, and I have severe skin sensitivities. If you want a more mainstream product, try Lubriderm Sensitive Skin formula (the aqua label). It's lanolin free, too. If you're allergic to wool, you should avoid lanolin. Shampoos, lotions, deodorants, etc., should have no ADDED fragrance, which includes masking fragrance.
Avatar m tn perfume/hairspray/candles???? cats are very sensitive to all these.. and most allergic reactions in cats show up as SKIN irritations.. how old is your kitty? excessive licking...can sometimes also be a sign of hyperThyroidism....have he or she had blood work done recently to rule out medical problems? I strongly suggest you try the diet change, most Vets will tell you to try a hypoallergenic diet....this are tasteless and most cats hate them, but try...
Avatar f tn I'd avoid any topical products (shampoos, hairspray) that use wheat or oats just because so many people are sensitive to it.
Avatar f tn even scented candles/hairspray/room freshners, floor cleaners...USE VINEGAR AND WATER TO CLEAN ONLY. a new laundry detergent?? New rugs or furniture within the last 2-3 months? they spray these fabrics with water repellants and chemicals, that are caustic to pets...and some sensitive people as well start with eliminating as many chemicals as possible in your home.... slowly transition her over to wet GRAIN free food...this you have to do slowly..for her to accept.
Avatar f tn My child wasn't nor will this one. Plus if your kids have sensitive skin like mine do that crapy Johnson and Johnson stuff will screw then right up we bring our own baby wash. Also being everything weeks so ik what itx was washed in. Nothing about this.post was meant to be derogatory towards original poster just confused y some people think every hospitol is the same. Check with your hospital see what they provide and then decide what you want and need.
Avatar f tn Oh, stay away from the smothing creams since they will definitely cause her hair to look greasy. I just looked at the bottle of detangler that I use and since my skin is so sensitive; it is called Breck detangler. We actually get it at the dollar store. Another thing that I use that I swear by and does not make my hair greasy and especially keeps my hair from being frizzy is called loreal Studio Sedated Downright Smooth super smoothing spray for Curl/Frizz control.
537639 tn?1232057169 Oh, yes, and I've been using a conditioner with a sun protection factor in it as well, because the meds can make our skin very sun sensitive and there is always the risk of burning the scalp if it is not covered up. Doesn't take long for my skin to burn in the sun here so I also have lots of scarves and hats standing by. Anyway, hope some of this helps. Coping with changing hair is pretty stressful, it is after all our crowning glory!
Avatar f tn Eventually I came up with a recipe that healed her. 6 years later, eczema is still gone, she does have sensitive skin that welts with mosquito bites. I am now a "skin therapist" as healing others skin has become my lifes purpose. You can go to my website cocolene . com and go to the skin relief section. Derma Relief for itch, Rescue salve for open skin and of course we have to take careo f the insides as well. You can read my story on the tab "Who is Sajata.
543518 tn?1245325627 Also, at my age I usually keep my hair colored (I realize I may not have much eventually) but does anyone use any kind of vegetable dyes for their hair, and what kind of shampoos, soaps, skin products, make-up can be used? lol You can tell I'm not too sick with tx. Maybe I just won't care in a few months! But I think I will care if I get rashes and dry skin. Thanks.
Avatar m tn but seriously, I started taking olive oil baths and just leaving in on my skin and hair overnight. so far so good....6 months tx and hair is still here. I think the stuff breaks off from brittleness which the drugs cause....so my theory was what has worked for women in the desert heat for thousands of years might help. So far, so good. I also leave conditioner in when I wash my hair. Sme types are fine for this....and don't leave hair oily if you use a small amount. Again, think supple....
237249 tn?1211293998 I'm stressing about the fact that I can only wash with anti-bacterial soap that morning, then no deoderant, no lotion, no hairspray, no MAKEUP!! Good Lord! I never leave the house without some eye makeup on!!! Oh well, what'cha gonna do? I'm gonna feel nekkid for sure!
Avatar n tn For the past 10 years I have had really sensitive lips and have only been able to use one type of lip balm. As anything else - lip sticks of glosses give me little sores on my lips and cause them to puff up and get little scabs and peel contantly - i also get dry patches under my eyes and eye lids. When I visited a doctor they told me I may have an allergy to nail polish and an ingrediant in lip glosses/balms its also happens when I were nail polish.
304573 tn?1345580938 I had the irritability, work with the public and have a sensitive husband who could never put up with being screamed at. It took a while to find the AD that worked for me; most of them wired me up and gave me insomnia. If that's the case, you know it's not for you and you try a different one. Don't leave a gap between stopping one and starting the second one to try.
Avatar n tn Since then however, I have been using some Garnier make-up wipes, made for sensitive skin and the problem seemed to get a bit better, although eyeshadow was still strictly off-limits. But then, last Sunday, my eyes had gone back to their previous state, of being very red and sore. I hadn't worn any make-up or used any products on or near my eyes at all on Sunday, so I'm confused as to what caused it to return.
Avatar f tn If you lived in the bathroom while pregnant, it will remind you of that. And when your skin gets dry...Gold Bond Ultimate healing!!! Best of luck...This forum is priceless, (no need for VISA)HA HA Keep a great attitude...Keep God close, and you'll be fine.
Avatar f tn Not sure if its worth adding my 2 cents but I also have a super sensitive nose. I have always been sensitive but over the past 6 months it is starting to get out of control. If I am asleep I wake up when any smell is detected and the faintest fumes from a nearby factory really spark it off in the mornings. I do seem most sensitive from about 4am to 9am for some reason. When driving if there is a car way ahead on the freeway with someone smoking - I can smell it with all the windows closed.
Avatar f tn I suspect you are dealing with something autoimmune. It does seem odd. There are autoimmune issues related to follicles. The first poster commented on having perioral dermatitis & rosacea both of which are follicle disorders & probably autoimmune. A couple of posters commented on having used epoxy spray paint or having paint / stain exposures. I think the harmful component in those is the same as the harmful component in carpet cleaning. So avoid BUTYL or 2-butoxyethanol.
Avatar n tn I just went through this same issue for almost a month. I would wake up EVERYDAY with red, scaley, puffy eyes i looked like i was 102! It was just awful. After changing EVERYTHING i did, eat, drink, use....i went to my dr. he said it was def a contact dermatitis and i need to figure it out.....he gave me a kenalog allergy shot and a script for Mometasone Furoate cream.
Avatar n tn I stopped shaving about 2 years ago, because I did notice that I got irritated by it when the hair would start to grow back. I din't think that it would be connected to a dermatology problem. I do have sensitive skin, I've never tested for allergens or anything. Well I'm gonna check what you all found and let you know...please let me know if you find anything else! Thanks!
Avatar n tn hi my 8 month old half persian cat also has sores on his lips and inside his mouth we went to the vet before and they prescribed a cream they said he had an infection we used the cream and it went but then shortly after it came back again so we went back to the vets and they said it's cos his imune systems low he needs some more injections so they gave him 2 injections and prescribed for him another type of medicine which's bright violet and you put it on his sore and it stains the skin but tha
Avatar f tn Redwin - Sensitive Skin Tea Tree Shampoo, Hair revitaliser The grease literally disappeared straight away (wash twice if necessary - I did) and it's extrememly affordable. Listerine is alcohol based and will therefore dry out your hair.. but I can't imagine it's a very 'hair friendly' cure. For those of you in the south pacific, pick up a bottle of Redwin. - not sure where else it is distributed. Hope someone finds the root cause for this issue....it's not pleasant.
Avatar n tn Your suggestion of spraying hairspray and using hair gel is a good one and makes sense. What a simple and good idea, the blighters cant stick their eggs to the hair.Just make sure that when using the hairspray the child covers her face with a towel so that she doesnt inhale it, or get it in her eyes.
363110 tn?1340924019 ) and I completely understand about not doing anything wrong and having somethign wrong with the baby. my son has my skin problem and D/S... He's healthy and growing fine so far and I'm monitored closely just to make sure of that fact. :) babydreams~ I completely respect your opinion. I knew my post would get mixed reviews definitely so I'm not offended at anyone for what they're saying.. I hope I'm not offending anyone either by posting such a contraversial post. As for the Smoking of weed.
Avatar f tn The only problem with this step in the treatment is that I have sensitive skin, and the Listerine started burning my forehead and neck after a few minutes. After rinsing that out, I used Paul MItchell's Tea Tree Shampoo, which I also let sit for a couple minutes before rinsing. My hair was immediately 90% better. I'm still waiting to see what the long-term effectiveness is though. I'm so relieved to have a solution to this issue though. I can finally wear my hair down again!
Avatar n tn I found a site that talked about the oily crown issues and found that some people who experience this have had their gallbladders out as well. As far as my skin goes, well its pretty healthy. It always has been. I am 27 and have never really experienced breakouts even to this day. I would like to try the Giovanni Tea Tree Triple Treat shampoo, as well as the vinegar remedy to see it it helps. Does anybody have any feedback on if/how/when their suddenly oily crown problem was corrected?