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Results 1 - 6 of 6 for "dermatitis," lip "licker's" OR "dermatitis," contact irritant
  1. Allergic Skin Conditions (American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology)  
    ... called contact dermatitis. There are two kinds of contact dermatitis: irritant and allergic. Irritant contact dermatitis occurs when a substance damages the part of ...
  2. Atopic Dermatitis From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases)  
    ... with atopic dermatitis also have a predisposition toward irritant contact dermatitis, where the skin becomes red and inflamed from ... skin causes the problems. When people with atopic dermatitis come into contact with an irritant or allergen they are sensitive to, inflammation producing ...
  3. Skin Rashes and Other Changes (American Academy of Family Physicians)  
    ... clothing, jewelry or perfume? Yes This could be IRRITANT CONTACT DERMATITIS. It's caused by a reaction to detergents, perfumes ...
  4. Sensitive Skin (American Academy of Dermatology)  
    ... sensitive skin — acne, rosacea, burning and stinging, and contact dermatitis (allergies and irritants) — and they all have one characteristic in common: ... to lactic acid may sting to benzoic acid. Contact Dermatitis (Allergies) ... second is irritants, where an ingredient is irritating but you are ...
  5. Scratching the Surface on Skin Allergies (American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology) - PDF  
    ... occurs with hives. Angioedema appears on the eyelids, lips, tongue, hands and feet and is ... Contact dermatitis is often more painful than itchy. ...
  6. Stress and Skin (American Academy of Dermatology)  
    ... a worsening factor for fever blisters, psoriasis, seborrheic dermatitis and has even been shown to impair skin barrier function and dehydrate the skin — allowing more irritants, allergens, and infectious agents to penetrate the skin ...