SUN ALLERGY? SEE HOW FIX BURNT SKIN

SUN ALLERGY? SEE HOW FIX BURNT SKIN

The so-called Sun allergy is the result of exposure to the Sun without adequate sun protection or without the use of any product. The skin is irritated and înroșește and remediezi situation must quickly, so aesthetic, especially in terms of health.

Sun allergy, allergy to looks like the Sun is a term often used for many skin disorders which involve a red and itchy irritation from exposure to the Sun, according to the Mayo Clinic.

The most common form of allergy is polymorphic light eruption, or poisoning.

This form of sun allergy is most common in young women than in men (most polymorphic light eruption affected are women aged between 15 and 35 years, and rash most often appears on the chest and throat) and can be hereditary (white skin with less pigment is most often affected is a trait that is inherited from parents or grandparents), or other factors can be triggered by allergens such as certain medicines, herbs (lime, parsnips) or chronic illness .

Solar light allergy cases do not require treatment necessarily and pass by itself if you use sunscreen and keep you for a few days of sunlight exposure that triggered iritația.

Severe cases of Sun allergy manifests itself more violently (pain, fever, fluid-filled blisters that can become infected, etc.) and require treatment with corticosteroid creams or even drugs.

People who have had allergic-type reactions in the sun in the past should be protected with sunscreen with high SPF and wear clothes that do not allow sunlight to touch the skin directly.

Sun allergy has several classical symptoms, in addition to those arising from special cases: Itchy skin Redness and pain as a local small hives  that can be individual or bonded to each other in the form of large spots and swollen, crusty skin or Wearing bleeding Blisters or urticaria warm to the touch.

Most symptoms occur after prolonged sun exposure or after exposure to the Sun at noon (10-15). Sun allergy develops within a few minutes or a few hours maximum after unprotected sun exposure.

See below an example of allergy to sun light, shaped with warm toes redness limited, only in certain areas.

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