The reason the ring you're wearing is causing your skin to have a reaction is probably due to the alloys used when the ring was made. If the alloys in the ring aren't hypoallergenic and you have sensitive skin, your ring will cause your skin to have an allergic reaction to the metals in the ring. In order to avoid your skin having an allergic reaction, it's important to buy jewelry that's hypoallergenic and it is important to buy jewelry that�s well made and of good quality. 14k gold and higher, platinum and titanium usually will not cause reactions when worn. If you do find a ring that you absolutely love and you are afraid it will cause a reaction, buy some clearand coat the inside of the band with the nail polish. This will help to prevent the alloys in the ring from coming into contact with your skin and will help prevent an allergic reaction. Also, some people experience irritation if the ring is a tad too tight. When we wash our hands soapy water can get trapped behing the band (especially if it's quite wide), our skin also sweats and all the dampness behind the ring is perfect for irritation, .
There are several causes of red rings under the arms. It could be from an ingrown hair due to shaving, it could be an allergic reaction, or it could be due to contact with poison oak or ivy. Allergic reactions can be from metal jewelry or from detergents used to wash clothing with which the under arm area came into contact.
Yes,I bought one for my husband and after a month it turned grayish and nothing cleans it. I bought it off Overstock and they said it must not have been pure Tungsten.Tungsten carbide rings can cause an allergic reaction on the skin. These rings are made by combining the tungsten with another metal. Most often, the other metal is a nickel or cobalt blend. This hardens the ring and prevents many of the scratches that are common on softer metals. This is important because the cobalt blend can cause allergic reactions when worn for long periods of time. The skin cells and sweat can cause oxidation, and skin and ring discoloration. If you have sensitive skin, you'll want to make sure that you check the metal blend. Cobalt is a little less expensive, but nickel is entirely hypoallergenic and does not suffer from oxidation.
An allergic response is the body's way of recognizing a harmful substance. Sometimes this mechanism becomes hypersensitive and reacts to things that are not harmful. That is what is most commonly referred to as an allergy. For example, some people are allergic to metals like the ones in jewelry and develop a green discoloration in their skin. This tends to happen to rings on some people's fingers.
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