Avoid Latex Contamination.
The basic and perhaps most effective tool for managing a particular type of allergy is avoiding the substance or allergen that triggers allergic reaction. Therefore, if you are allergic to latex then try your best to avoid its exposure.
Use Latex-free Synthetic rubber.
If allergic to latex, it is advised to use latex free synthetic rubber like Vitron, SBR, Neoprene, Nitrile and Butyl. This is because there are no proteins produced in them and so, there is no chance of an allergic reaction.
Latex containing items.
If you happen to be a latex allergy patient, then you must keep away from anything that may contain it. And if you are unsure of the ingredients that a product may carry, then consult its manufacturer or avoid using that product altogether.
Avoid Safe Latex products.
Be informed that certain products with labels of “Safe Latex” often claim to have low proportions of natural latex. However, you must know that even a small proportion of latex can trigger an allergic reaction.
Use Powderless Gloves.
Although there is no treatment for total elimination of latex allergy, but using powderless gloves can prove to be helpful against airborne latex for people who need to wear them.