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Covid-19 survivors could suffer dangerous reactions to hair dye,
BELOW IS SOME GRAPHIC PICTURES OF CASES
IMPORTANT CUSTOMER SAFETY WARNING
If you’ve had Covid-19 and are planning to get your hair dyed
We are WARNING YOU about the dangerous effects of hair dye on coronavirus survivors, with potentially fatal reactions.
TEASE COLOR + HAIR DESIGN STUDIO , now requires coronavirus survivors to complete patch tests 48 hours before their treatment.
“From discussions with salons across the country, we have discovered cases where clients who had tested positive for Covid-19 have had a strong sensitivity to colour that previously they were absolutely fine with.
“For this reason, if you have tested positive for Covid-19, or suspect that you had it without being diagnosed, we advise you to have a patch test 48 hours before your hair colour to ensure that you have not built up an unknown sensitivity.
“If a client develops an allergic reaction while their hair is being coloured, the stylist should immediately stop applying the colour and thoroughly rinse the client’s hair.
“They should get immediate medical help if the client develops a rash, dizziness, faintness, shortness of breath or swelling.”
The NHS advises that you should always carry out a patch test before using a permanent or semi-permanent hair dye.
It said: "If you develop any irritation or feel unwell after the patch test, do not use the product."
IF YOU HAVE A REACTION AFTER THE COLOR THEN PLEASE SEEK MEDICAL ADVICE IMMEDIATELY.
DO NOT DELAY IN SEEKING MEDICAL ADVICE
HOW TO DO A SKIN TEST