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Allergic Reaction To Tanning Lotion Symptoms
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
(follow-up)l believe l have allergic reaction to something but not sure its now spread above my bellybutton & l tried camila lotion but doesn't help?
Spreading rash: This sounds like more than an allergy. A spreading rash can represent significant disease. Please go see your physician today. ...Read more
I am having troubles finding a good facial lotion. I have sensitive skin and every lotion I buy makes my skin have an allergic reaction. What can I use?
Try: Hypoallergic lotions with no perfumesGet a more detailed answer ›
Could juvederm cause an allergic reaction? I have very sensitive skin and have to be careful about the lotions I use, because a lot of them make my skin break out. What are the ingredients in juvederm? I want to make sure I don't have an allergic reaction
More probable: Yes, its prob the offending agent causing your problems, and the best way to find out is to stop, heal all areas, return to normal, and if you're game, use it again (if your reactions are mild). That's the best real world test. Juvederm can cause allergies in those with allergies to certain proteins, like bacterial proteins. ...Read more
Possible: If you feel you are allergic limit exposure and test to other unrelated product. ...Read more
I have a photo allergic reaction to sunscreen. I have tried sprays and lotions (all over the counter products). What do you recommend I use?
I have a rash all over my body from an allergic reaction to an antibiotic I was taking, can I still lay in a tanning bed?
Take a break!: I would not advise it at this time as your body is in the midst of a battle against the antibiotic. Your immune system is on high alert and the UV lights may cause the rash to increase. Secondly, much as our culture loves tan skin as a sign of good health it's an incredible health hazard - leads to premature skin aging, wrinkles and sometimes cancer. http://www. Cdc. Gov/cancer/skin/basic_info/indoor_tanning. Htm ...Read more
My 12yr old son has chicken pox. On applying calomine lotion, he has fainted twice? Is this an allergic reaction or should I be worried?
My son is 2 and recently had an allergic reaction to a new lotion. His rash is hot to touch and 101 degree fever... should I be going to the doctor?
Severe allergic reaction? Should I go to the er? I seem to have had an allergic reaction to a new lotion I used. My arms and legs are covered in large red/raw burns. There is some bleeding and the pain is horrible. What should I do?
Hello.: Hello. If you are sloughing skin, go to the er now. ...Read more
I use fragrance free products. I've been patch tested for allergies. Still cant find shampoo, conditioner, soap or lotions that im not allergic to.?
Contact dermatitis: I recommend patients try Vanicream line of soaps, shampoos, etc if they have issues with contact dermatitis with various personal care products. It is devoid of most additives/fragrances and is usually tolerated even in patients with very sensitive skin. Try it out if you haven' t already, good luck! ...Read more
Why?: There is no good substitute. If you are having problems with one look for a paraben free product. Would not expose oneself to too much sun without any protection. Regular sun tanning oils with any spf are not the way to go. Great tan, increase risk for possible skin cancer and aging skin. ...Read more
Tanning: Self tanners and airbrushing (depending on the products used) are considerably more safe than using a tanning bed/booth - and the results can look pretty good as well. Keep in mind that using this form of tanning does not reduce your chances of getting burned or incurring damage to your skin from the actual sun. You should always use an spf to protect your skin when out in the sun. ...Read more
Jergins: Jergins has a great line of gradual tanners that you can use as a daily lotion and give your self a "buildable glow" I think it's called " Jergins Natural Glow" I am thrilled you are taking good care of your skin and opting for a tanning lotion rather than the sun's deadly rays! ...Read more
Very safe.: Self tanning lotions are very safe. They are simply staining the top-most layers of skin a brown color. I recommend my patients use self-tanners over using tanning beds or external tanning to get color. If your skin is getting darker from sun exposure, it is a pathogenic response to sun, and means your skin cells are trying to protect their dna by producing melanin. This is never good. ...Read more
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I've been going to the tanning bed, once a week and my skin startin to dry out and peel. Lotion doesn't help. Why is this happening?
Medium-well: Possibly you are over-doing the voluntary self-baking. Keep in mind that your skin tells you the limits of your short term tolerance. You need to take a break from the tanning bed, moisturize--possibly more than once daily--and consider the long-term skin cancer risk from excess exposure to uv radiation. ...Read more
Is it healthier to use sunscreen and tan outside? Or to use a self tanning lotion that gives you a tan? Does self tanning lotion have harmful chemicals?
Sure: I have a Jergins lotion I use for this. Give you a nice tanned look you want, but gradually, while moisturizing your skin. Also, anything that will keep you from wanting to get in the sun for a real tan is a good thing! ...Read more
How does tanning lotion work and how long do its effects last and do they last even after you get wet?
A few days: It stains the skin temporarily, a few days. Its perfectly safe. Lasts longer if you don't swim or bathe. ...Read more
What are these spots and how do I get rid of them? They only appear when I use sunless tanning lotion. One pic is with sunless tan and one is without.
Request consult: By requesting a formal consult, you will be able to video consult or download pictures for a more complete evaluation and answer. We are unable to view records or pictures in this forum. Hope we can help you soon! ...Read more
Creams and ointments have gotten rid of the red scales, but leaves a bunch of white spots. Will self tanning lotions cover them?
Skin: Hard to give an answer based on your info. Suggest you see a dermatologist ...Read more
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