Pimples / Acne

What is an Allergy?

Allergies are an overreaction of the body’s immune system to specific substances and that it misidentifies as harmful.

Causes of Skin Allergy

Skin allergy is the body’s extreme reaction to one or more allergens. There are thousands of different allergens all around us and almost any substance in our environment can provoke an allergic reaction in someone (who is very sensitive). We can say that this type of reaction is caused unsuitable or Asaatmya influences. Additional allergens that could be causing allergies might be:
  • Soap
  • Household cleaners
  • Clothing (rough fabric like wool that gathers allergy-causing dust, plant material, etc.)
  • Heat (it can aggravate skin problems like redness chafing or sweating)
  • Latex (component of gloves, underwear straps and waistbands;
  • Plants (certain plants can cause skin irritation)
  • Food (food allergies, handling spices and certain other foods)
  • Sunscreen (PABA-based chemicals)
Ayurvedic Treatment for Skin Allergy
Neem (Azadiracta Indica): Neem contains nimbidin, nimbin and quercetin—three anti-inflammatory compounds. Neem contains Vitamin C along with antifungal and antibacterial properties. Use neem oil to massage on the affected areas or use neem powder in masks for a detoxing skin allergy treatment at home. Neem can also be taken internally as a natural remedy for skin allergy that can heal the skin from the inside out. Take neem capsules or drink neem-tulsi juice for glowing skin. Giloy (Tinospora Cordifolia): The herb guduchi or giloy helps to ease the causes of skin allergies like having a relaxing impact on nerves, improving digestion and fighting against infections. Giloy juice when had on a regular basis can be a very effective treatment for skin allergies. One can also combine giloy juice with juices of neem, amla or aloe vera as herbal remedies for skin allergies. Make an anti-allergy mask by mixing giloy with amla
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