substances in household products can cause allergic reactions, including
hair dyes or straighteners; the metal nickel, which is found in jewelry
and belt buckles; tanning agents in leather; latex rubber; and citrus
fruit, especially the peeling.
in soaps, shampoos, lotions, perfumes, and cosmetics can cause a reaction.
chemicals, including industrial cleaning products and solvents, can
cause this condition.
cleaners such as detergents can also cause dermatitis.
of contact dermatitis is direct contact with one of many irritants
or allergens. These include:
detergents or soaps
-Skin cleaning products
-Cosmetics or makeup
-Clothing or shoes
-Household cleaning products
-Formaldehyde and other chemicals
-Rubber or latex
-Metals, such as nickel
-Perfume or fragrances
-Weeds and plants, such as poison ivy or poison oak
-Medicinal lotions, such as antihistamines, antibiotics or antiseptics