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LILLIPUTIANNA Posts: 1,041
2/4/13 1:05 A

There are latex free yoga mats out there!

http://www.gaiam.com/eco-reversible-yoga
-mat-peacock/05-54237,default,pd.html

BEARLYBOO SparkPoints: (13,183)
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2/4/13 12:35 A

Please don't use that mat anymore! I haven't have a problem with exercise mats before. I used to used a folded blanket before exercise mats became available (20+ years ago).
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AEHARVEY36 SparkPoints: (51,412)
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2/3/13 10:03 P

Every time I workout, afterwards my hands are red, puffy and itchy! I have had hives on and off for the last year. I recognize that my hands are having an allergic reaction to latex/rubber! I could cover the exercise mat with towels while I do floor work. I am not certain that would help. Has anyone else had this problem? I'm not certain what I should do now. What types of exercise mats should I look for??? Help!!!

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