My allergic reactions to soap prevent me from washing my face. What can I do?
Asked by Archita Nair, 28 Jul '12 12:32 pm
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Try using different soaps. You are allergic to something in the soap. You need to find out the allergen. Try ayurvedic or sandal soaps.Answered by Francisco, 28 Jul '12 12:41 pm
May be some soft soap like dove can help uAnswered by babu rao, 29 Jul '12 06:26 am
Allergies can occur due to various reasons, so the first thing you have to do is visit a skin clinic centre and get to the bottom of your problem. Generally, people with sensitive skin have allergic reactions to soap. Hence, a face wash should be used rather than soap. There are different kinds of face washing liquids available in the market today. For example, Kaya skin clinics Face Cleanser for Sensitive Skin could prove to be useful. Also, I have heard of Kaya skin clinic being the specialist in skin care. Hence, you should definitely consider visiting a Kaya Skin Clinic & care centre for finding the cause of your allergic reaction.
Source: www.kayaclinic.com and www.emedicine.medscape.comAnswered by sharmila singh, 28 Jul '12 09:14 pm
Do not wash it. what else can you do.Answered by rajesh, 28 Jul '12 12:34 pm
Use mudAnswered by common sense, 28 Jul '12 12:32 pm