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    Allergic to propellants?
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    Dbrinz posted:
    Allergy sufferer here, got allergies I my 30's. Gradually became sensitive to everything around me. Cats, yeast, grasses...etc.
    Recently I used a spray tan in a can which is aerosol. I developed a mass amount of mosquito like welts on my arms, from my shoulders to my wrists. It was very itchy and burned like fire. (There's a chemical Called DHA in most self tanners) -Which I thought was the cause after doing research.
    After that went away, a week later I used the new aerosol skin lotion from Vaseline. Well, the same thing happened only it was worse. Can A person be allergic to the propellant in Aerosol cans?
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