I used regular Dove for a very long time with no problems. Then my wife asked me to switch to the Extra Sensitive because she doesn’t like the smell of regular Dove. I developed a major contact allergy and didn’t realize for two weeks that it was the Extra Sensitive Dove soap that was doing it. I had blisters on my fingers and a major red bumpy rash all over my body. My physician had to give me shots and a strong cortisone cream to treat it. My wife has no problem with Extra Sensitive, but it came close to killing me. I looked at the difference in ingredients between Dove and Extra Sensitive Dove and I think my problem is with Alumina (Aluminium Oxide) or Glycerin, more likely the former.
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