Allergy to the sun, more precisely - on the sun's rays, otherwise called photodermatosis and is found in recent times quite often. Its first appearance can be observed in allergen-dependent people since May, and allergic manifestations continue throughout the warm period of the year. Children are exposed to photodermatosis, especially those who were taken out of the habitual cool climate to warm regions.
Of course, the sun's rays by definition can not be an allergen - the allergy arises from the accumulation of allergens under the influence of sunlight. Most often this happens to people suffering from liver, kidney, adrenal, endocrine system diseases, as well as people taking certain medications and people using citrus or bergamot aromatic oils.
Allergy to sunlight is manifested a few hours after being in the sun. It appears in the form of redness of the skin, itching, small bubble rashes, rashes. In severe cases, there may be swelling of the mucous membranes and skin.
After two or three days, allergy manifestations go away by themselves, but only on the condition that the human immune system is strong. if a person is weakened, then the allergy can go to bronchopasma or eczema.
In children, the sun's rays are allergic to the skin without much consequence with age.
Than to treat an allergy on solar beams?
First of all, do not panic - it will pass by itself. But if it does not, then you need to strengthen your defenses and treat the underlying diseases - most likely, these are renal or hepatic problems. And in order that the allergy does not arise, it is better to avoid being in the sun, do not use aromatic oil and deodorant, wear long-sleeved clothes.
But if an allergy has already arisen, how can it be removed? To remove the itching, to remove rashes and puffiness, there are easy folk methods.