Information about common allergic conditions like eczema, hives, or hay fever.
Do you have an eyelid rash with dry red itchy skin? Have you been to a dermatologist? Although these symptoms can be caused by an eye infection or allergy condition, it’s also possible your eyelid rash is caused by the ingredients in your eye shadow, foundation, or mineral cosmetics brand. Many cosmetics brands contain two ingredients that are known to cause eye inflammation and irritation in women with sensitive skin conditions like eczema, rosacea, and dermatitis. (…)
Do you get itchy skin from makeup? Many women go gluten free in the kitchen, but fail to realize that gluten is a main ingredient in cosmetics, too. There are over 50 gluten-based ingredients commonly used in cosmetics. Itchy skin from makeup can be avoided with a few simple product changes. (…)
Heard about the talking epipen for anaphylaxis? Healthy Family recently interviewed former NFL running back Jerome Bettis about the new Auvi-Q talking epipen and his educational book on how to manage anaphylactic allergies. A long time food allergy sufferer, Bettis agreed to team up with the makers of the Auvi-Q (…)
The environmental movement has produced some wonderful and creative ideas, to help our planet. Eco friendly fabrics made from hemp, bamboo, corn or milk have been part of this movement. These fibers for the extremely sensitive can, and have caused problems for people with skin sensitivities. (…)
This is the first ever comprehensive consumer expo for food avoiders from all walks of life. Experts on food allergies, respiratory and asthmatic issues, dermatological issues, and celiac/gluten intolerance will be available to showcase their wares and their expertise at McCormick Place in Chicago April 18-19, 2009. (…)
Makeup Allergies causing your face to get puffy, red, blotchy, or itching? If you have issues with sensitive skin, and especially if you have recently been diagnosed with a common food allergy or intolerance, you may need to change makeup brands. (…)