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    propylene glycol
    thenailtec2 posted:
    We have a 15 month old grand son who is allergic to this took 5 doctors to find this out. In the mean time he has yet to sleep thru the night and his skin looks really bad. Our doctor put his condition into a data base to help us with what he" COULD USE". He is also allergic to vit.E, eggs and Balsam of prue. We need to find general meds for him yet aka: motrin, benedryl ect. Ask your drs. to put this into their data base on their computers for answers...they can help. Our biggest problem is his age and size(he is very small) Good luck this has been an eye opener
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    mavy1227 responded:
    I also have this allergy. I feel so frustrated - I started a support group on Facebook called Proplyene Glycol Support Group - a place to share knowledge, recipes and support. If you're interested please join.

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