Here’s How To Get Rid Of Skin Allergies Due To Artificial Jewelry
Due to the rising price of gold, especially for women, a better option is artificial jewelry. Artificial jewelry is affordable for all. However, sometimes the quality is compromised by the manufacturers due to the increasing demand for artificial jewelry.
These metals can cause various allergies. Redness and rashes are the most common. Women have different skin types and some may be allergic while others may have no skin reaction.
Women cannot completely avoid the use of artificial jewelry, but an allergic reaction can be minimized by following certain steps.
According to the National Library of Medicine, Delhi, nickel is the metal most prone to skin allergies. Some women start having a problem with rashes on the hands or neck due to wearing nickel jewelry.
How to avoid this type of allergy:
If you are experiencing rashes and redness every time, then do not wear artificial jewelry. If you use this type of jewelry, you can use powder or any other cream that can act as a shield between the skin and the jewelry.
Avoid tight jewelry. This can happen for all types of jewelry whether genuine or artificial.
You can also apply clear nail paint to the surface of the jewelry to avoid direct contact with your skin. When packing, make sure the jewelry is dry. Avoid getting wet or damp on the surface of these metal jewelry.
It is also suggested that palladium metal may be applied to the surface of nickel jewelry to avoid skin contact. If skin allergies persist, consult a dermatologist.