Skin Allergy Treatment in Faridabad

A skin allergy occurs when the immune system reacts to something harmless, triggering an allergic reaction. Pollen, plants, food, certain drugs, and other allergens can all cause allergies. Itching, pimples, redness, and other skin problems are all too common. Their cause may often not be detected. It can also be caused by conditions such as chickenpox or measles. 

 

A skin specialist can determine the cause of a skin allergy. There are a variety of allergy preventions and treatments available. At KDC Hair & Skin Clinic, Dr. Archit Aggrawal, an expert skin specialist in Faridabad, can evaluate skin allergy and establish a treatment plan to improve the skin condition.

 

The KDC Clinic is outfitted with state-of-the-art technology. It enables us to provide our clients with excellent and desired outcomes, enhancing their appearance and boosting their confidence.

 

Continue reading this article to learn about skin allergy, its types, causes, treatment, and more.

 

What is Skin Allergy?

A skin allergy is a condition in which the immune system misidentifies harmless substances as allergens. When the skin comes into contact with a substance to which it is allergic, it reacts. Direct contact, ingestion, inhalation, or injection are all possible methods of exposure. 

 

In medical terms, all types of skin allergies are referred to as hypersensitivity reactions. A type 1 hypersensitivity reaction manifests as an immediate reaction, whereas a type 4 hypersensitivity reaction manifests as a delayed reaction.

 

What Causes Skin Allergies?

An allergic reaction takes ten days to develop in the human body, yet it can strike within minutes of coming into contact with a trigger. The following are the most common causes of skin allergies:

  • Sprays and sunscreens.
  • Anti-itch creams and antibiotics cause allergic reactions.
  • Fragrances and scents.
  • Cleaning and washing products like detergents and toilet cleansers.
  • Chemicals and fumes.

 

What are the Symptoms of Skin Allergies?

Skin allergies are often characterized by redness, itching, and swelling. The following are some of the symptoms of skin allergies:

  • Itchy or dry skin with crusts that ooze fluid.
  • On the eyes, cheeks, and lips, there are red, irritating, white pimples.
  • Inflammation or swelling.

 

What are the Types of Skin Allergies?

 

Urticaria or hives

 

If the urticaria persists for less than six weeks, it is called acute urticaria; if it lasts for more than six weeks, it is known as chronic urticaria. The most prevalent causes of acute urticaria are exposure to an allergen or infection. Chronic urticaria has a mainly unknown cause. 

 

Atopic dermatitis

Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a common childhood illness that causes red, itching, weeping rashes on the insides of the elbows and the backs of the knees, and the neck, cheeks, wrists, and ankles. Patients with asthma or hay fever are more likely to have it. 

 

Contact allergic dermatitis

Some substances are both allergens and irritants. A rash caused by contact with a specific chemical to which the patient is specifically allergic or a material that directly irritates the skin is known as contact dermatitis. This rash is usually weepy and oozy, and it affects the areas of the skin that come into direct contact with the triggering agent. 

The following are some examples of allergic contact dermatitis: 

  • Poison ivy
  • Poison sumac
  • Poison oak 
  • Reactions to nickel-containing jewellery.

 

How is Skin Allergy Treated?

  • The best way to treat a skin allergy is to avoid the triggers. An individual should avoid substances that cause allergies. Scratching and itching should be avoided, and discomfort should be relieved with over-the-counter or home remedies.
  • Skin specialists can prescribe preventative medications such as antihistamines to treat skin allergies and manage symptoms as they occur.
  • Contact dermatitis and eczema are not considered a medical emergency in most cases. Topical corticosteroids, which reduce inflammation and relieve itching, are among the prescription drugs used to treat skin allergies.
  • Hives usually go away without treatment. However, antihistamines can help alleviate the symptoms.
  • Insect bites usually heal on their own. However, pain medications, cold packs, and soothing creams are common treatments for symptom relief.
  • Skin specialists may prescribe systemic steroids (either orally or by injection) to help reduce swelling and other symptoms. 
  • In addition, it is also necessary to use a moisturizer or petroleum jelly to protect inflamed skin, prevent contact with irritants, and avoid hot showers or baths.

 

Why should you choose KDC Clinic for skin allergy treatment in Faridabad?

Below are the reasons for which you should choose us for skin allergy treatment in Faridabad:

  • At KDC Clinic, you will receive treatment from Dr. Archit Aggrawal, a highly qualified and experienced dermatologist.
  • Our treatments are safe and effective.
  • Our skin specialists strive to provide result-oriented treatments.
  • Our treatments are cost-efficient so that anyone can afford them.

 

Consult Dr. Archit Aggrawal, a proficient skin specialist, for safe and efficient skin allergy treatment in Faridabad.

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Experts advise that those with skin allergies avoid prolonged sun exposure. Sun exposure can exacerbate hypersensitivity, resulting in a flare-up of symptoms.

People suffering from urticaria or angioedema can find relief almost instantly or within a few weeks. Atopic dermatitis can last anywhere from a few months to a few years.

Some skin allergies, such as rash, scabies, herpes, ringworm, and cellulitis, are contagious skin infections passed from one person to another through direct contact or infected products.

Yes, an allergic reaction to a particular food might cause a rash, redness, itching, and swelling on the skin. Dietary allergies are frequently caused during childhood due to a severe reaction to a specific food item. Milk, eggs, fish, almonds, peanuts, wheat, and soy are some foods that can produce an allergic reaction.

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