Hypersensitivity to metals like Nickel is very common. Though many people are not aware that they have the allergy, it affects 700 million people worldwide. But how to treat Nickel allergy? And how to deal with Nickel allergy and its consequences?
Nickel allergy is one of the most common skin allergies. Indeed, 10% of the world’s population is allergic to Nickel. Learn more about how common Nickel allergy is by reading this article.
A few month ago, Barbara from the blog Nickely Challenged reviewed our products and organised a giveaway. Sue was the lucky one who won a Skintifique Discovery Pack. Here is what she thinks of “Skintifique’s innovative line of products that bring comfort, protection and relief to people with sensitive skin issues due to metal allergies such as Nickel”.
If you are suffering from Nickel allergy, you may know how complicated it is to adopt a diet that doesn’t trigger your Nickel Allergy. In this article, follow Skintifique’s tips about how to adopt a Nickel allergy diet to reduce the amount of Nickel ingested.
Is your skin irritated when you come in contact with objects containing metals such as Nickel? If the answer is yes, you might be suffering from Nickel allergy. Learn in this article what are the symptoms and triggers of contact allergy to Nickel (or “Nickel allergy”)
Nickel allergy Nickel allergy is very common, although not always diagnosed: about 15% of the population is allergic to Nickel! Indeed, Nickel can be found in many everyday items such as jewelry, coins, keys, electronic devices, dental and body prosthesis, pollution. > Nickel allergy > Nickel guard > Nickel hypersensitivity > Nickel allergy symptoms > …