Environmental hormones are also called endocrine disruptors. Environmental hormones have a steroid-like effect and can compete with hormone receptors to interfere with the normal physiological effects of hormones. Many studies have reported that environmental hormones could be detected in industrial and pesticide-contaminated water. Surprisingly, plastic products used in households also contain environmental hormones. Prolonged exposure to these plastic products may cause hormonal dysregulation, affecting the physiological development of teenagers, and may even reduce the function of immune cells. Bisphenol A is a component widely used in the processing of plasticware, and has been recognized as an environmental hormone. In recent years, some studies found that bisphenol A could worsen immune diseases. The effect of bisphenol A on immune related diseases is discussed and summarized in this review.