In recent years, some of the occurrence of light skin diseases have increased. One of the reasons is that people generally come into contact with more photosensitive substances, such as taking drugs, contacting chemicals, and even the types of edible vegetables and fruits. For example, in the hot sun, is it easier to sunburn after eating certain foods and drugs?
What is optical response?
Some substances (optical substances) may cause light sensitivity reactions after the body’s intake, that is, changes in chemical induction on the skin, making the human body be abnormal to light and produce abnormal skin reactions. For example, rashes and edema appear on the skin of the light, and it is accompanied by itching, burning pain, or pigmentation. In severe cases, there can be blisters and blisters. Ulcers or erosion can also be formed after ulceration.
◆ Common photosensitive substances
1. Cosmetics containing light -sensitive substances
Such as bergamot sesame oil, lemon oil, sandalwood oil, musk, ambergris, etc.; Shading agents in sunscreen; many cosmetics such as croak -bearing spermacon are added to perfume, which can cause light allergenic reactions; cosmetics, dyes, pesticides, pesticides Among the disinfectants, adding coal oil can cause optical toxic caramel dermatitis. Those with a history of photosensitive should be avoided.
2. Vegetables and fruits containing light -sensitive substances
Studies have shown that some vegetables and fruits contain photoresal sipylin (padsin), which can lead to the occurrence of photosensitive skin diseases.
These vegetables include: coriander, celery, carrots, radish leaves, spinach, cabbage, rapeseed, purslane, malan head, amaranth, mustard, gray vegetables, purple Yunying, jamsuria, fennel, fennel, etc. Fruits include fruits, lime, etc. The mud screw contains a pyromoline, and then exposed to the sun after consumption. The aorrin absorbs the light energy, which may cause skin sunburn reactions to be called mud snail sun -based dermatitis. Those with photosensitive diseases should try to avoid eating these vegetables, fruits and mud snails.
Some plants also contain photosensitive material beanic beanins. After accidentally exposed to the juice of such plants in the wild, they are irradiated with sunlight, which can lead to “pastoral dermatitis” and cause tingling erythema, blisters, and blisters. Therefore, it is best to wear trousers when passing through the grass.
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3. Drugs containing light -sensitive substances
There are several categories of common photosensitive drugs:
Antibiotics, pyroneus such as fluoroprotic acid ,loxacin, etc.; Tetracyclines such as Minonny, Docerin, etc.; Others are galcinin and chlorophyllin; sulfona, such as sulfine pyrine, etc. Hypogenous drugs, such as glitrine, glitzine, etc.; Anti -tumor drugs, such as chunine neosine, ashinycin, etc.; Drugs, such as pyrazinamide, etc.; non -steroidal analgesic drugs, such as ibuprofen, bislofenate, etc.; Cardiovascular disease drugs, such as hydrochlorozine, nifeden, amine iodone, etc. Byrazine, Pen Naijing, etc. External drugs, such as hydrogen cream. In addition, after taking some traditional Chinese medicines, photoretically dermatitis, such as Baiji, Xianhecao, Qianhu, etc.