Hello, I recently have discovered that I have a VERY pronounced reaction to my Rip Curl Flash Bomb e4 wetsuit. Wondering if anyone else has found a solution to this and particularly wondering if the new PATAGONIA YULEX has solved the problem for anyone. Here is some background info on what's going on if anyone cares to read: In the past I have owned rip curl, o'neill, and excel and have never had a reaction like this. I have had milder reactions and just dealt with it but this is so prounounced that I am really starting to have a hard time. I have tried washing it with no avail. I did some googling and it turns out that many people are allergic to compounds called rubber accelerators that are used in the neoprene manufacturing process and people are also allergic to the adhesives/glue. I finally went to my allergist and we are in the process of patch testing various chemicals and I am getting samples from different wetsuit manufacturers as well to patch on my skin to see if there is a reaction. The reaction is awful. The skin raises up and gets extremely raw and itchy for several days after I wear my suit. Mostly on my lower body and legs but also slightly on my armpits and opposite side of my elbow. This is very likely due to the fact that these are areas of the wetsuit that carry the most water and water seems to be medium that the chemicals travel through to my skin. People with similar experiences have tried using a base layer and it does not help for this very reason. Water transmits the checmicals causing the reaction. I am definitely not the only person experiencing this and am wondering if the new Patagonia Yulex wetsuits have solved the problem for people. They are obviously very new on the market but have been around long enough that hopefully some people here can give feedback on. Thanks for your help!!