The Recurrence Of Dermatitis.
Doc, I’d like to ask a doc about chemical dermatitis, detergent allergies for example, what alternatives can be used to replace the material doc.
Thank you for the question.
Dermatitis refers to an inflamed skin condition. There are many types of dermatitis. What often happens because of contact with detergents is allergic or irritant contact dermatitis. Is this what you mean?
Contact dermatitis occurs when the skin is inflamed due to direct contact with an irritative substance or due to an allergy to a substance that is in direct contact with the skin. Inflammatory reactions that can arise due to contact dermatitis can vary, some are mild, that is only itching, redness, and usual bruntusan, but can also be more severe, such as blisters, swelling, heat, sore, peeling, and so on. Not infrequently, rashes on the skin due to contact dermatitis can also experience a secondary infection, so that fester and give off a bad odor.
So, how is the right handling to overcome this condition?
The answer, by avoiding allergy triggers or irritation. If you experience symptoms of dermatitis after contact with detergents, then you can choose the type of detergent that is hypoallergenic and non-irritating in nature. Not only that, you can also use gloves when washing clothes to avoid negative reactions on your skin. Of course, in a free forum like this, it is unethical if we recommend you a particular detergent brand. Therefore, you should be more careful in choosing household products, including detergents, for your own safety.
Hope this helps ...