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Common Winter Allergies You Might Be Experiencing

The holidays are here! Nothing can get in the way of all the joy the holidays bring to us, except our seasonal allergies. An annoyance we seem to forget about until the time comes. Although the allergies can get in the way of the fun, there are many ways to help treat your allergies. Making your lives easier to spend time with your loved ones this holiday.


Here are some common winter allergies you might be experiencing and how to treat them!

  • Dust and dust mites: Dust can come from anything. It contains skin flakes from humans and/or pets, and our home are dust catchers. Breathing in the dust can lead us to sneeze or cough, and maybe eventually give us some kind of flu. It is very important to clean the house by vacuuming, wiping off dust on flat surfaces, and close your window to keep the dusts out of your environment.

  • Feet allergy: This might not be the most common allergy in the winter but it does happen. Feet are known to be super dry due to the lack of oil glands. With the cold, dry air, this makes our feet even more dry which can lead to itchiness and redness. There are lots of ways to help hydrate your feet this winter: moisturizing your feet and then wearing socks overnight is a great way to really have your feet soak in the hydration. Another way is eating healthy fats, which helps your skin create a moisturizing barrier.

  • Dermatitis, Rosacea, and Psoriasis: The cold weather making our skin inflamed, dry, and super itchy. During this time of the year, you probably see people the most which might make you feel a little self-conscience having dry patches and red bumps on your skin. No worries! There are many skin products to help relieve these skin conditions. Try our LEMYKA Healing Lotion! Our Healing Lotion is perfect for inflamed skin and can help relief redness, itchiness, and dryness. All made with natural and safe ingredients as well!

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