CODEINE ALERGY AND SYMPTOMS
OF CODEINE ALERGIES
No medical authorities would ever admit that the real wool
alergy is common, since they all know that it is one of the
rarest alergies. However, if the person is really allergic to
wool, it is very difficult on his part to use the woolen
Wool alcohols are the chief constituent of lanolin in which
allergens are usually found. Sebum is extracted from the wool,
then cleaned and refined for creating the anhydrous lanolin.
This product consists of three different segments like: wool
alcohols, fatty alcohols and fatty acids. Usually the wool
alcohols are considered as the major sensitizer, which is also
considered to cause the alergic contact dermatitis reactions
especially in persons who are already allergic to wool.
It develops rashes on the face, hands and arms of the user.
Also extreme swelling and redness of the affected area just
within the few hours of its contact to the skin or in some
typical cases the rashes are noticed to have appeared even