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There are two types of contact dermatitis:
Allergic contact dermatitis:-an allergic reaction to a substance (allergen) that it doesn’t like. Common allergens include jewelry metals (like nickel), cosmetic products, fragrances and preservatives. It can take several days after exposure for an itchy rash to develop.
Irritant contact dermatitis:-a painful rash that tends to come on quickly in response to an irritating substance. Common irritants include detergents, soap, cleaners,acid, urine and feces. Irritant contact dermatitis occurs more often than allergic contact dermatitis.
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