PERLIER Honey Products
I first posted this under Beauty but no one responded. Perhaps Customer Service could forward this to someone who may have information.
Perlier Honey Products
ROWDYCATS | ADMIRER 2 | Thursday
This is a request for information from Skip, Amanda, and Perlier customers.
This summer I had my first experience with an allergic reaction to a bee sting, specifically anaphylaxis, which required a trip to the emergency room. A week later, another bee sting, a worse reaction, and overnight hospital admission. I am 68 years old, an avid gardener, always spending lots of time outside. I’ve been stung over the years several times and had no reaction until this summer. In the course of being treated, a doctor asked me if I was allergic to honey. I explained that I rarely eat honey as I didn’t like the taste. The doctor suggested that I should be careful ingesting honey because of a potential reaction.
I was watching the presentation on the Imperial Honey products this evening when it occurred to me that products containing honey might not be good choices for me. Skip often talks about studies conducted on their products and I wondered if there might be information on persons with severe allergic reactions to bee stings using products containing honey on their skin. I would appreciate advice and references to research as well as comments from customers who are familiar with reactions to bee stings.
Thanks to all, Sharon
I’m sorry to hear of this new allergy for you, and I can definitely understand the concern with the honey ingredient. Unfortunately since allergies severity vary by person, the best thing for you to do is to take a list of the ingredients into your doctor or a dermatologist and have them advise you. You can find a list of the ingredients on the item page, about half way down click on the tab titled Ingredients.
Posted in Customer Service
12.24.15 1:41 AM