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Causes of Wool alcohol allergy

What causes Wool alcohol allergy?

Causes: Wool alcohol allergy: Sources of wool alcohol exposure include: cosmetics, sunscreen, lipstick, shaving cream, toiletries, pharmaceutical products such as medicated shampoos and steroid creams, and paper, leather, textiles, lubricants and printing ink.


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