Dermatitis, Eczema, Urticaria (Hives) and Angioedema. These are symptoms caused due to numerous reasons, from medications, disorders, substances and infections.
In the case where an immune system response is triggered due to an allergen that causes these symptoms, this is considered an allergic skin reaction.
Scroll below to learn more about the different allergies that can cause an allergic reaction to the skin:
Obtained from the sap of the Hevea brasiliensis, if a person has a Latex Allergy their body mistakes latex for a harmful substance, which can lead to many uncomfortable symptoms.
DUST MITE ALLERGY
Dust Mites aren't your typical insects (or ones at all), they have eight legs and are arthropods which means they are closely related to spiders. Both their body parts and waste are what causes allergic reactions for people with a Dust Mite allergy.
Although parabens are considered non-toxic and pose no immediate danger for a lot of people, they can mix with the cells in the bodies of those allergic to parabens and act like estrogen preventing normal hormone function.
A Food Allergy is an unpleasant, uncomfortable and at times serious and life-threatening specific IgE-mediated immune related response (allergic reaction) caused due to certain food substances.
Pet allergies are an allergy group that has some of the highest alternative measures seeked, so people can continue to live with their beloved furry, feathered and friendly companions.
Not all medicated drugs work in the same way for all people, and some can cause allergic reactions to the immune system for certain people, while the same drug has no adverse reactions for others.
Allergy Life Australia is constantly adding more information on allergies and the skin.
Below are some other allergens that cause skin reactions in certain people:
The information provided on Allergy Life is to generally educate and inform you about living with allergies, intolerances and conditions, and is not intended as medical instruction or as a substitute for diagnosis, examination and advice by a qualified health care provider.