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Anybody allergic to Bath&Body Works wash?


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#1 bluebird26

bluebird26

Posted 08 September 2005 - 12:47 AM

Two years ago I loved Bath and Body Works products, since I got these bumps I didnt know why, I decided to use Aveeno wash instead of B&B Works, the allergic reaction dissapeared. I wonder if anybody else here had some allergic reaction to that line...

#2 LindaA

LindaA

Posted 08 September 2005 - 05:48 AM

Originally Posted by bluebird26
Two years ago I loved Bath and Body Works products, since I got these bumps I didnt know why, I decided to use Aveeno wash instead of B&B Works, the allergic reaction dissapeared. I wonder if anybody else here had some allergic reaction to that line...
No, I can't say that I have. But B&BW as well as most other shower gel products are more detergent than soap. (PH level here.) It's important to rinse thoroughly to remove all traces of the product.

#3 annal

annal

Posted 08 September 2005 - 06:08 AM

Me too, Ive been told that this can happen with any products though with time you body just develops an intolerance- not much you can do about it.
Originally Posted by bluebird26
Two years ago I loved Bath and Body Works products, since I got these bumps I didnt know why, I decided to use Aveeno wash instead of B&B Works, the allergic reaction dissapeared. I wonder if anybody else here had some allergic reaction to that line...


#4 Reija

Reija

Posted 08 September 2005 - 01:04 PM

I haven't tried the washes but my skin got sensitive to the body lotions. I think because the scents are pretty strong and my skin is very sensitive.

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#5 Colleen

Colleen

Posted 09 September 2005 - 12:47 PM

BBW's products KILL me! I'm an aromatherapist and I can smell an artifical frangrance a mile away. I think they have been steadily increasing the level of additives in their products because I can't even walk on the same side of the mall a BBW store is on or I end up running for an epi-pen (okay, maybe not THAT bad, but I am itching jus think about it). My daughter never used to have a problem with BBW, but lately even she has said their products seem "heavier", and theydon't seem to soak sit on the skin as well. Mineral Oil overload perhaps?
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#6 blaquepooky

blaquepooky

Posted 14 September 2005 - 06:16 PM

I have that reaction with their lotions that aren't anitbacterial. My skin has built up a tolerance though because,in high school when I used their lotions, my skin felt like it was burning. Now I occasionally get bumps, which kind of sucks because I start working there tomorrow.Posted Image




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