Be Nickel Free and Scary On! RIP Nickel Rashes!

The metal trickster, nickel, seems to pop up in some surprising places especially at Halloween. Read on, you're in for a TREAT from The Nickel Allergy Experts!
 
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Don't be scared of nickel allergy with NoNickel!
Don't be scared of nickel allergy with NoNickel!
HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. - Oct. 23, 2018 - PRLog -- The bad news…. Costumes, accessories, and even food and cosmetics can contain nickel. Halloween costumes and accessories are typically made for one-time use, so they are inexpensively produced using less costly materials such as nickel. An evening made for fun could soon turn into drudgery as nickel allergy symptoms work their mischief.

The good news…Testing for nickel and protecting your skin couldn't be any easier with Nickel Alert™ and Nickel Guard™ from NoNickel.com. Known as The Nickel Allergy Experts, this founding family realized years ago that securing truly nickel free products was extremely difficult. Their ensuing diligence in assuring their Certified Nickel Free™ products will never test positive for nickel allow customers to buy with confidence.

And the details…If you are unsure whether you or your child have nickel allergy, a visit to your dermatologist or allergist will provide the answer. Generally, if an itchy, red rash occurs at the site of metal contact, nickel is most often the culprit. At Halloween, be suspicious of such items as costume jewelry & tiaras, magic wands, sunglasses, flashlights, cowboy belts, and metallic masks. Test the item with Nickel Alert then, if necessary protect your skin with Nickel Guard. Avoidance of nickel is the cure!

Don't stop there…cosmetics and styling tools may also cause allergic reactions. While some cosmetics may contain nickel, it is also important to consider the makeup brushes, eyelash curlers, flat irons, curling irons…! Check product specifications and ingredient content, or do a skin test before the magic night! Nickel isn't the only cosmetic allergen that can cause a gruesome reaction, so do your Halloween homework to prevent the truly scary stuff!

Not the chocolate? Certain Halloween foods are considered high in nickel content, including that Halloween staple, chocolate. As cocoa powder goes through a lengthy refining process, it is in contact with equipment that often contains nickel, which would then affect the nickel content of the cocoa powder. But don't panic, see a medical specialist who can advise whether following a low nickel diet will improve a systemic reaction to nickel.

If you thought that was scary? Your friends and family have already started their holiday shopping. Don't get left behind. NoNickel.com has amazing new nickel free belts, including the awesome metal free (read beep-free) carbon fiber belts, distressed leather belts, and gorgeous hypoallergenic jewelry.

And the best news! Buy between now and December 31, 2018, use the Promo Code WINNER15 and receive a fifteen percent discount on your entire product order!

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