Succulents are generally considered to be low-allergen plants, meaning that they are unlikely to cause allergies in most people. However, it is important to note that some people may still be sensitive to certain components of succulents, such as their sap or pollen.
In general, succulents are not known for producing a lot of airborne pollen, which is a common trigger for allergies. However, if you are particularly sensitive to plant allergens or have a known allergy to succulents, it is best to take precautions when handling or caring for them, such as wearing gloves or a mask to avoid direct contact with the plant.
It's also worth noting that some succulent potting soils can contain organic materials that may cause allergic reactions in some people, such as mold or fungi. If you have a history of allergies or respiratory issues, it's always a good idea to use caution when handling potting soil and to ensure that the area is well-ventilated.