Beauty Tips For Allergy Sufferers

african american woman blowing her nose( — Sniff, sniff. That’s an all-too-familiar sound during allergy season, when thousands of allergy sufferers are reaching for tissues and rummaging through makeup bags to find the right fix for red noses and itchy, watery eyes.

If this description hits close to home, you’re not alone. Approximately 35 million Americans suffer from seasonal allergic rhinitis, or nasal allergies. Women spend thousands of dollars on beauty products to hide blemishes that are aggravated by their allergies.

It’s also challenging to try to look your best. Irritating allergy symptoms can affect the skin around the eyes and nose. Constantly blowing the nose and wiping eyes can lead to sore, chapped or dehydrated skin. Other allergies such as eczema can also flare up when hay fever starts.

 Allergies and Dry Skin

If you are prone to having dry skin, allergies can exacerbate the problem. So it’s important to remember that a good daily moisturizer will help to keep your skin hydrated, especially in problem areas around the eyes, nose, and lips.