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Results 1 - 10 of 107 for "dermatitis," contact irritant OR "burn," chemical
  1. ... of itching, including: Aging skin Atopic dermatitis Contact dermatitis ( poison ivy or poison oak) Contact irritants (such as soaps, chemicals, or wool) Dry skin Hives Insect bites and ...
  2. Atopic Dermatitis From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases)  
    ... skin causes the problems. When people with atopic dermatitis come into contact with an irritant or allergen they are sensitive to, inflammation producing cells become active. These cells release chemicals that cause itching and redness. As the person ...
  3. Irritant Contact Dermatitis (Logical Images)  
    ... with severe involvement in the patient's armpit. Overview Irritant contact dermatitis is an inflammatory rash caused by direct chemical injury to the skin. Unlike allergic contact dermatitis, ...
  4. Rashes: The Itchy Truth (Nemours Foundation)  
    ... scaly, and swollen skin all over the body. Irritant contact dermatitis is caused by skin contact with something irritating, such as a chemical, soap, or detergent. It can be red, swollen, ...
  5. ... allergens causing allergic contact dermatitisIrritant Contact Dermatitis Irritant contact dermatitis is an inflammatory rash caused by direct chemical injury to the skin. Unlike allergic contact dermatitis, ...
  6. Itchy Hands or Feet (Logical Images)  
    ... allergens causing allergic contact dermatitisIrritant Contact Dermatitis Irritant contact dermatitis is an inflammatory rash caused by direct chemical injury to the skin. Unlike allergic contact dermatitis, ...
  7. Blepharitis (Logical Images)  
    ... very common, people who have scalp dandruff (seborrheic dermatitis), dry skin, acne rosacea, contact allergies, diabetes, poor hygiene, or those sensitive to chemical irritants or cosmetic makeup are much more likely to ...
  8. Irritant dermatitis is the most common type. It's caused by contact ... burn . Other irritants may include: Cement Hair dyes Long-term ...
  9. Latex Allergy: A Prevention Guide (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)  
    ... by exposure to the powders added to them. Irritant contact dermatitis is not a true allergy. Allergic contact dermatitis (sometimes called chemical sensitivity dermatitis) results from the chemicals added to ...
  10. ... caused by allergies. The following can make atopic dermatitis symptoms worse: Allergies to pollen, mold, dust mites, or animals Cold and dry air in the winter Colds or the flu Contact with irritants and chemicals Contact with rough materials, such as wool Dry ...
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