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Risk of allergy to food proteins in topical medicinal agents and cosmetics

 

 

 

Allerg Immunol (Paris). 2006 Apr;38(4):126-30.

 

Risk of allergy to food proteins in topical medicinal agents and cosmetics.

 

Codreanu F, Morisset M, Cordebar V, Kanny G, Moneret-Vautrin DA.

 

Service de Medecine Interne, Immunologie Clinique et Allergologie, Hopital Universitaire de Nancy, 54035 Nancy.

 

The risk of allergy to food proteins in cosmetics and topical medicinal agents is poorly evaluated. IgE dependent contact urticaria and contact dermatitis are observed. Eleven cases (7 infants and 4 women) are reported. Wheat, egg, oats, milk, peanut proteins are incriminated by prick-tests or atopy patch-tests. Cases are related to a previous food allergy and other ones may indicate primary sensitization to topical creams mainly used for skin care of atopic dermatitis. A consecutive exercise induced anaphylaxis to wheat and a long lasting sensitization to wheat have been observed. A clear and accurate identification of food allergens in cosmetics and topical agents is necessary. Given the hyper-permeability of infant skin, topical products containing food proteins of known allergenicity are contra-indicated for neonates, and for infants with atopic dermatitis, which may be associated with skin hyper-permeability.

 

PMID: 16805419 [PubMed - in process]

 


 

 

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