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Natural Treatment for Human Skin Allergy to Dogs

Skin Allergy to DogsDo you have a Skin Allergy to Dogs?
I knew if I touched or petted a Dog I would suffer an allergic reaction later, so I would avoid touching dogs and other greasy skinned animals to the extent that I would avoid visiting family and friends who owned dogs and household pets.

On those occasions where contact with dogs was unavoidable I would feel an urge to wash my hands and face and would do so at the earliest opportunity, but it never stopped the symptoms of my dog allergy coming on strong later on.

Symptoms of Dog Allergy

Below are the Symptoms of Dog Allergy I suffered before I learned how to cope with it. Within hours of petting a dog the thin area of skin on my face below my eyes and above my cheeks at either side of my nose would become red and inflamed and itch like hell. I really felt like I wanted to scratch my skin and did on most occasions.

I also felt an overwhelming urge to wash my hands and face whenever I came into contact with any greasy skinned animal. The symptoms of my dog allergy possibly don’t sound too severe to a person who has never suffered a skin allergy, but I can assure you it was very nasty for me.

I was born in a village in the UK County of Cleveland and we always had a dog as a family pet. It also seemed like everyone else in the village did too, so I was never more than a few steps away from a dog and for sure not a single day would go by without wrestling and play-fighting with Patch and later Blackie our family pets.

As a child, I never suffered any Symptoms of a Dog Allergy. It was only later, in my thirties, having lived without dogs for ten or more years that I developed my Skin Allergy to Dogs.

How I Successfully Treat my Skin Allergy to Dogs

I work in marketing and to cut a long story short I became involved with Syrinx Za which is the skin care brand which offered me the treatment to my Skin Allergy to Dogs.

Skin Allergy to Dogs Skin Care Regime:
I have replaced my high-street brand of shower gel with the Syrinx Za Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar and following my morning shower I apply the Ultra-Sensitive Skin Therapy Cream to the problem area of skin on my face. That’s it !!

Following the above daily skin care regime has cured my Skin Allergy to Dogs and I can now pet animals and again visit family and friends who own family pets.

If you suffer from a Skin Allergy to Dogs or any other animal – or even any general skin allergy I would recommend you buy and try the following products: Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar | Ultra-Sensitive Skin Therapy Cream


Do You Get a Skin Irritation After Swimming Pool?

Skin Allergies, Swimming Pool RashYou Might be Suffering an Allergic Reaction to Chlorine
If you or your children get itchy skin or a mild rash after a session in the local swimming pool then you may be suffering an allergic reaction to swimming pool chlorine. Don’t worry too much there is an easy solution.

Chlorine is a clever chemical which kills micro-organisms and bacteria that can be dangerous to humans, so we should be glad it’s there protecting us from nasty germs and diseases. BUT – chlorine can unfortunately irritate sensitive skin.

How to Avoid Getting Swimming Pool Rash

Swimming Pool Rash or Itchy Skin after swimming in the pool may not happen straight away. With some people its almost immediate but it creeps up on others over a few hours or even a few days. This is because the skin is porous and the chlorine “seeps” in to the skin dependent on how tough or sensitive an individuals skin is and also dependent on how sensitive different people are to chlorine.

Chlorine is the Cause, Sensitive Skin is the Issue!
Some would say keep your kids out of the pool if they are sensitive to chlorine, but we both know that’s not going to happen! Quite right too.
Three Steps to Avoid Getting Swimming Pool Rash
1. Use sensitive skin cream every morning & night.
2. Apply a skin moisturising barrier before the pool.
3. Cleanse skin with chelating soap after the pool.

Swimming Pool Rash Avoidance Steps 1, 2 and 3 Detail

1. Use sensitive skin cream every morning & night
Regardless of age if you have sensitive skin you should take steps to care for it to avoid problems such as allergies to swimming pool chlorine and dogs and cats etc. Read about our Ultra Sensitive Therapy Cream here.

2. Apply a skin moisturising barrier before the pool.
You need to form a barrier between sensitive skin and chlorine but you need to do this with a pure natural product, because most barrier creams are NOT designed for sensitive skin. So this is our advice: Just before you leave home for the pool work our Moisturising Therapy Balm into sensitive areas or the entire body if you suffer all over.

You need to allow a minimum of 30 minutes between applying the Therapy Balm and entering the pool. This will provide a barrier to the chlorine and deeply moisturise the skin as well.

3. Cleanse skin with chelating soap after the pool.
OK, So what is a chelating soap? Our Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar is a Chelating Soap:

Our Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar contains Zander, known as Sapropel.
Zander contains high levels of fulvic substances, with hooks known as ‘ligands’. Each hook acts like a lobster’s claw (or chela), pinching charged metal atoms and drawing them to the surface of the skin. This phenomenon happens instantaneously, the moment the Zander particles come into contact with any metals in the range of pH 1–9. So in practical terms, Zander can remove impurities from the skin – leaving the skin free breathe naturally.

 Recommend Products:

> Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar 

Deep Cleansing Skin Therapy Soap





> Deep Derma Protector Balm

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> Revitalising Sensitive Skin Cream

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