Nickel Continues Surge as Allergen of Concern

A recent article in Reader’s Digest was an excellent reminder for the owners of NoNickel.com, that there are yet many people who remain unaware of the potential problems associated with nickel. Those who experience symptoms ranging from irritating red, itchy

March Madness or Lucky Leprechauns?

March Madness or Lucky Leprechauns?

March can be a wild ride through the ups and downs of weather, basketball brackets, and St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, so turn your nickel allergy cares over to Athena Allergy and sail through the Ides of March with no worries

Cupid Says, “No red rashes for Valentine’s Day”

Cupid Says, “No red rashes for Valentine’s Day”

This is not a misprint, as Cupid might recommend red roses, but today he is referring shoppers to another mythological-sounding locale, Athena Allergy, Inc., for buying gifts for nickel allergic loved ones and avoiding the rash! Athena is known as

NoNickel Claims Honor as The Official Nickel Free Workshop of the North Pole!

NoNickel Claims Honor as The Official Nickel Free Workshop of the North Pole!

For five years in a row, NoNickel has been named the Official Nickel Free Workshop of the North Pole, an honor that is well-earned by a team of professionals who pull together the perfect mix of top quality nickel free

Rave Reviews and Free Shipping – Check Out Athena Allergy for Amazing Nickel Free Gifts!

Originally posted on December 9, 2014 Just in time for holiday shopping, Athena Allergy is offering a great deal to its US customers!  Free shipping for any order over $50! A great shopping destination for anyone with nickel allergy, Athena

Understanding Nickel Allergy Leads the Way to Thoughtful Gifts

Originally published on December 4, 2014 by Rita Arrup Need a little help delivering the perfect nickel free gift to a friend or family member?  If you’ve been burned by the labels “hypoallergenic” and “nickel free” in the past, this

Electronic Devices and Nickel Allergic Reactions

Originally published on July 14, 2014 Breaking news today implicates nickel found in the metal case of an iPad as the cause of a young boy’s allergic reaction.  This child had apparently been using an uncovered iPad daily; a positive nickel