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|Are you allergic to chemical hair dye? |
An allergy to chemical hair dye usually begins gradually; first you feel some itching or burning. The symptoms gets worse every time you dye your hair with chemical dyes. On average, you can dye your hair about sixty times before you develop an allergy. If you use dark dye, or if you started when you were a teenager, this will probably happen sooner, and the reaction may be more severe.
80% of women dye their hair with chemical hair dye at some time. People often think chemical dye must be harmless because its widely sold, and so many people do it.
All permanent oxidative hair dyes have para-phenylenediamine or some variant of that chemical.
Why was para-phenylenediamine, found in nearly every chemical hair dye, declared "Allergen of the Year" by dermatologists?
When para-phenylenediamine touches your skin, it passes through the skin very quickly, and can cause delayed allergic reactions, similar to poison ivy reactions. Can you apply hair dye without getting any on your skin?
Not to make you paranoid or anything, but HERE is what has happened to other people who use chemical hair dyes.
Blinded and hospitalized by chemical hair dye: head began to leak pus.
Skin weeping, unable to breathe or see from allergic reaction to chemical hair dye
Reaction resembling chemical burns over head and body from chemical hair dye
Hospitalized in burn unit from allergic reaction to chemical hair dye
Unable to breathe, rushed to hospital, from allergic reaction to chemical hair dye
In intensive care after allergic reaction to chemical hair dye
Rushed to hospital with allergic reaction to chemical hair dye
Rushed to hospital after chemical hair dye; swelling forces eyes shut and blocks breathing
Hair loss and hearing damage from chemical hair dye
Man severely ill after chemical hair dye
Hospitalized for three days after chemical hair dye
Coma after chemical hair dye
Death from chemical hair dye
Perri Jackson's Story
People often think that packages that say "natural" or "henna" or "Organic" are safe.
Hair dye manufacturers often "greenwash" products containing para-phenylenediamine: this means they associate their product with healthy things so you will believe it is harmless.
EVERY permanent chemical hair dye contains para-phenylenediamine, or the same chemical by another name.
Take your magnifying glass with you when you buy hair dye! The print is very, very small, but it IS THERE! Para-phenylenediamine goes by other names: p-toluenediamine, p-Phenylenediamine, paraphenylenediamine, 4-phenylenediamine, phenylenediamine. Look for them!
If you are allergic to para-phenylenediamine, you should also avoid p-diaminobenzene; 4-aminoaniline; 1,4-benzenediamine; 1,4-diaminobenzene.
Click here to learn more about what you should avoid if you are allergic to para-phenylenediamine
It says so on the package.
Gosh, that's hard to see, isn't it? Look closer! I put a yellow dot so you can see! Para-phenylenediamine goes by other names: p-toluenediamine, p-Phenylenediamine, paraphenylenediamine, 4-phenylenediamine, phenylenediamine.
|Ancient Sunrise® is a safe, natural alternative to chemical hair dye! |
Click on the following images to purchase permanent hair dye with NO PPD!
Click HERE to dye your gray hair auburn .
Click HERE to dye your gray hair black!
Click HERE to dye your gray hair dark brunette!
Click HERE to dye your gray hair medium brunette!
Click HERE to dye your gray hair red!
Click HERE to dye your gray hair blonde
The Ancient Sunrise® mark guarantees that the product is absolutely free of para-phenylenediamine, additives, contaminants, lead, and adulterants, and has been tested for pesticides.
All of the products in the image below claim to be safe and natural. They are often sold in health food stores and import groceries. Two even claim to be pure henna. All of them contain para-phenylenediamine.
If you are allergic to chemical hair dye, DO NOT use the products in these images. Every one of these contains para-phenylenediamine, or the same chemical by another name. Take your magnifying glass with you when you buy hair dye! The print is very, very small, and may be hidden in the package, but it IS THERE!
Why should you use Ancient Sunrise® to dye your hair?
Do you have questions about Ancient Sunrise®? Click the cat and contact us!
Do you have questions about an allergy to hair dye? Ask your doctor!
|Are you a stylist who has wondered whether the
materials you're working with are really safe? Here are published
scientific research on hairdressers who work with chemical hair dye.|
Cornell University ILR School risk assessment:
Health Hazard Manual for Cosmetologists, Hairdressers, Beauticians and Barbers
Hairdressers who work with chemical hair dyes are at risk for kidney damage.
The association between prolonged occupational exposure to paraphenylenediamine (hair-dye) and renal impairment.
Hairdressers have a higher risk of cancer than the general population.
Risk of cancer among hairdressers and related workers: a meta-analysis.
Learn more about research on using dark-colored para-phenylenediamine hair dye the risk of developing non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma:
Hair Dyes and Cancer Risk
Personal Use of Hair Dye and the Risk of Certain Subtypes of Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma
Have you ever had a 'black henna'' temporary tattoo?
If so, dyeing your hair with chemical dyes may be life-threatening.
Allergic reaction to chemical hair dye following black henna tattoo
Contact dermatitis to para-phenylenediamine in hair dye following sensitization to black henna tattoos - an ongoing problem.
Temporary holiday "tattoos" may cause lifelong allergic contact dermatitis when henna is mixed with PPD.
Contact dermatitis with severe scalp swelling and upper airway compromise due to black henna hair dye.
Extreme patch test reactivity to p-phenylenediamine but not to other allergens in children.
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