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allergy to certain soaps

i have urticaria (hives). i have written many times about my condition (type hives and look at my topics, for more information on my problem.

Anyway, i know for a fact that it is the soap i use in the shower that flares up the rash becasue i have tried different ones, and there have been different results. i was using 'Dove Extra Sensitive' and the hives disappeared for 4 months, but i bought some more the other day and it has flared up the rash (they must have put a new ingredient in it). so at the moment i am having to live with the rash.

i would appreciate some recomendations on a soap to use for skin allergies (preferably non-fragrance ones as this brings up the rash).

PLEASE help me, i would be SO greatful!

thank you very much
  spowell on 2005-11-06
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please go to your local health food store or a local Cracker Barrel restaurant if there is one by you and pick-up some Kirkland's Castille soap. Or you can order it online. Best/purest soap ever!

This is just a soap recommendation. Someone else will suggest a remedy.

Namaste27 last decade

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