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What is a good deodorant soap for someone with allergies?

What is a good deodorant soap for someone with allergies?

Soap: You need a fragrance free soap, dove is good. Anything with perfume can sensitize your skin. ...Read more

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Deodorant (Definition)

A chemical or compound of chemicals intended to mask odor. Underarm odor is caused by bacterial breakdown of the components of sweat. Typical underarm deodorants contain perfumes and alcohol, triclosan or chelated metal compounds ...Read more


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My son has eczema and is allergic to some soaps. What is the best deodorant soap he can use?

My son has eczema and is allergic to some soaps. What is the best deodorant soap he can use?

Lever 2000: Lever 2000 is hypoallergenic and has antibacterial properties. Avoid safegaurd if he is very sensitive. Also avoid paper fabric softener and use hypoallergenic laundry detergent marked free. ...Read more

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I have an underarm odor, right side only, after Mirena, which was removed. No lumps, good hygiene, changed deodorants & soap, topical Clindamycin?

Odor: Generally body odor is a testosterone mediated result. The progesterone in the Mirena has testosterone ( male hormone) like properties . If it continues after several months after the Mirena removal, you might want to have your doctor check your testosterone level. Also try aluminum prescription deodorant. ...Read more

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Female w/ sore underarm no breast cancer what could be the cause of armpit soreness haven't used any razors/waxing use same deodorant/soap for years?

Female w/ sore underarm no breast cancer what could be the cause of armpit soreness haven't used any razors/waxing use same deodorant/soap for years?

Sweat gland: The armpit with arm down is a partially closed space prone to infections. The skin here has sweat glands and sebaceous glands which can get secondarily infected from sweat. Use electric razor to remove hair and then deodorant. Hidradenitis or infection from sweat glands is not uncommon ...Read more

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My partner has suddenly started to lose his underarm hair with no other symptoms. Still using the same soap, deodorant etc. What could be causing this?

Many possibilities: No loss of hair elsewhere (scalp, groin) as well? Localization to the underarms would be unusual. Generalized hair thinning can be due to medications or internal illnesses, and probably to stress, and sometimes it happens for no discernible reason. Is this a problem for him? If he's worried, let a doctor run some tests to rule out underlying medical problems. ...Read more

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I have two hard bumps under my skin under my armpits. What could they be? I changed soaps recently and use the same deodorant, wore a jacket.

Plugged glands?: Most likely these represent apocrine or sweat glands that have become plugged from you deodorant. If you use an antiperspirant the 'aluminum chlorohydrate' pinches off the gland so that they don't secrete fluid. It backs up and viola you have a bump. Change to deodorant alone. Other concerns would be abscess if you have pain/heat/redness at site or lymph node. If grow/become tender, see a doc. ...Read more

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I have a weIrd smel comIng from my armpIts. I showered, use soap and deodorant. I aIso have paIn in lower left stomache.

 I have a weIrd smel comIng from my armpIts. I showered, use soap and deodorant.  I aIso have paIn in lower left stomache.

Annoying: Body odor can change with your diet intake - such as large amounts of garlic or other spices. I have linked an article that may help you research your symptoms. http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/preventing-body-odor Lower left abd pain - always think constipation. Make sure having regular bowel movements, lots of water and fiber. If recent exercise may be mild abd muscle sprain. ...Read more

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I keep getting red bumps in my armpits. Quit using any deodorant for over a month. Just washing with regular soap. Both sides.what should I do?

See your doctor: You probably have an inflammation of infection of the sweat glands or hair follicles. You may need topical or even oral antibiotics or combination of these plus steroids to get rid of it. Itching vs soreness can help distinguish between allergic contact dermatitis vs infection. ...Read more

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