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Cure for men's allergy to perfumes and colognes

A report in Contact Dermatitis states that men suffering from perfume or cologne allergy can escape its effects by simply growing a beard. It claims that an immune response occurs when allergens get into the skin through invisible skin cuts or abrasions caused by shaving.

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About: Cure for men's allergy to perfumes and colognes

Date: 24 December 2004

Source: Health Central

URL: http://www.healthcentral.com/news/NewsFullText.cfm?id=505252

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