About 10 percent of people with severe asthma are also allergic to aspirin — and, in fact, to all products containing salicylic acid, aspirin’s key ingredient, including some cold medications, fruits, and food seasonings and additives. That percentage skyrockets to 30 to 40 percent for older asthmatics who also suffer from sinusitis or nasal polyps. Acute sensitivity to aspirin is also seen in a small percentage of the general population without asthma — particularly people with ulcers and other bleeding conditions. Always consult your doctor before using any medication, and do not apply aspirin externally if you are allergic to taking it internally.
White streaks are a shape of scarring on the skin. These dermis layer of the skin is shaped and usually these show on the breasts, abdomen, arms and particularly the glutes. Stretch marks are caused by the break of the skin, since the layers of the skin have collagen plus this when it becomes additional tense and beyond its elasticity, it typically tears.