Who is at risk of developing Hives?
It is believed that every 1 in 6 people will experience a Hives outbreak at some point in their life. If you have a family history of Hives, you are also at higher risk. In addition, although the reason is unknown, girls tend to be more susceptible to developing Hives than boys.
Where can I go for Information on Hives?
The internet is a great source for information on Hives but why spend hours searching when All Stop™ can provide you with all the same information? Our informational eGuide is full of answers, suggestions and tips that we’ve collected from books, articles, customers and numerous other sources. If you sign up to receive our Free Hives Reports, we’ll send all this information directly to your inbox. Still have questions? Call our customer service department and our professionals will do their very best to find the answers that you need. We’re here to help you!
How can Hives be prevented?
Hives may be prevented by correctly identifying the cause and avoiding it. It has also been suggested that, after a flare-up of Hives, you do not wear tight-fitting clothing and avoid immersing yourself in hot water since these things can cause the Hives to reappear.
Can stress cause Hives?
Stress doesn’t actually cause Hives but it can trigger a flare-up, or make an existing condition worse. Feelings, like anger and frustration, can also aggravate Hives. Since emotional stress can aggravate the condition, patients with Hives may find that techniques in stress management and relaxation can decrease their chances of having flare-ups.
Are Hives contagious?
What research is being done?
The Clinical Research Center at UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick (http://rwjms.umdnj.edu/research/index.htm) is currently conducting a study on Chronic Hives. The study will last approximately 5-6 weeks and include volunteer participants 12 years and older who have been diagnosed with chronic idiopathic urticaria. Results are forthcoming.
Also, a new once-daily antihistamine has been approved by the FDA for treatment of chronic hives in people 6 years and older (View). Clinical testing of the drug Xyzal showed that it reduced the severity of itching and minimized blotchiness but carries side effects like drowsiness and nasal inflammation. Moreover, people with impaired kidney function are advised not to take this drug.
Are your products safe?
YES, our product is NON–TOXIC. It is a topical cream that works to deeply penetrate your skin for fast relief.
Why do you sell Antimicrobials with ProEcza™?
The bacteria Staphylococcus Aureus can be found on most people’s skin. These bacteria seem to bind more readily to skin that is inflamed. This can cause the inflammation to worsen because the bacteria secrete substances called super antigens. These allergy-inducing substances activate the immune cells in the skin, causing them to release substances that further increase inflammation. Controlling the number of these bacteria on the skin can help to control the Hives rash greatly. By removing the bacteria, the rash is much easier to treat.
How long does it take for your products to start working?
ProEcza™ begins working immediately to soothe the itching and effectively treat the rash caused by Hives.
How long should I use the anti microbial and ProEcza™ for?
The course prescribed to treat an infection may last from five days up to two weeks. It is important that you finish the course of anti microbial even if it seems that your Hives have cleared up. Stopping the course early increases the chance that the rash will come back. We recommend that you continue to shower with our All Stop™ Rejuvenating Body Wash as a daily maintenance regimen once you have your Hives under control.
Can your products be used for similar ailments?
Yes, ProEcza™ can be used to treat a variety of skin compromising ailments, including but not limited to Eczema-Dermatitis, Ringworm, Acne, and Scabies.