Date: Monday, August 21st, 2017 05:42 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] matgb
I didn't have an eczema problem that I was aware of until about 5 years ago but have developed a variety called pompholyx that's a real pain, I've basically had to replace 90% of my wardrobe, virtually every shirt, jumper, hoodie etc was a blend, as were most of my non-jean trousers: I always found clothes labels irritating when wearing but now I have to so carefully check.

Some of my replacement trousers have been a problem, "100%" cotton didn't include the stitching and M&S may have also treated the fabric, switching into shorts for the summer has completely cleared up a major irritation on my thigh, fairly sure caused simply by the stitching in the pocket lining.

I can wear bamboo viscose, but not other types. Which is really weird as there isn't much difference chemically.
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