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Skin rash and hayfever

Skin rashes can occur when your skin comes into contact with pollen

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    Shirley Proud — 03.07.2017 21:00
    I suffer with lots of insect bites in the summer, over the years my skin reaction has become a red swelling with itchiness. I use neem cream and Tea Tree Oil. Do you think taking a natural antihistamine may help ?

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      rachel — 05.07.2017 09:19
      Hello Shirley, Using Neem cream and Tea Tree oil along with a natural antihistamine like Nettle will help insect bites.

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      Shirley Proud — 05.07.2017 12:44
      Rachel, thank you so much for that advice, I will definitely try Nettle antihistamine.

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