Can I Be Allergic to My Bra?

November 7, 2014

It’s not exactly the bra you might be allergic to, but what’s in it. The latex found in the elastic bands and straps of conventional bras contain allergens that irritate sensitive skin, resulting in a slew of possible reactions that range from annoying to downright distressing.

Common symptoms of a latex allergy include itching, swelling, and the drying of skin. Dry skin can start of flake off and red rashes can develop. Allergies can get so bad that you could develop a serious case of eczema, which might cause your skin to crack or bleed. There’s also a chance that the allergy could lead to a case of psoriasis, which can sometimes result in pustules that break out on your skin.

You can avoid allergic reactions by keeping your skin free from irritants. That might be a little tough to pull off when you’re allergic to your underwear, but Natural Clothing Company may have you covered where it counts. A softly padded organic cotton bra that will take you through the day and evening. This bra not only provides all day comfort and support but is also a very pretty with touch of lace and a feminine design, silky soft fabric of bamboo and organic cotton.

To find out more about their soft organic bar click here.  Or visit them in Snohomish at 1020 First St, #102, Snohomish, WA on Tuesday through Sunday.

 

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