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Treating the patient with multiple cosmetic product allergies. A problem-oriented approach to sensitive skin



Treating the patient with multiple cosmetic product allergies. A problem-oriented approach to sensitive skin



Postgraduate Medicine 107(7): 70



Treating patients with multiple allergies to cosmetic products is a difficult proposition. Many of these patients may simply be experiencing irritant contact dermatitis. Others may have defective barrier function caused by a dermatitis that requires treatment. And some patients with sensitive skin need to exercise care in choosing which products they use on their skin. For many of these patients, products with the fewest ingredients work best because they contain the least or no sensitizers, irritants, or cutaneous sensory stimulants.

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