Hair color allergies

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Hair dye allergy symptoms

There’s a difference between a sensitivity and an allergy to PPD or other hair dye ingredients. A sensitivity may cause contact dermatitis symptoms, such as burning and stinging or red, dry skin.

If you’re allergic to hair dye, your symptoms can range from mild to serious. Symptoms may occur immediately or take up to 48 hours to manifest.

Hair dye allergy symptoms include:

  • stinging or burning sensation on the scalp, face, or neck
  • blisters or welts
  • itching or swelling of the scalp and face
  • swollen eyelids, lips, hands, or feet
  • an angry, red rash anywhere on the body

Occasionally, a hair dye allergy will cause anaphylaxis to occur. This rare reaction is a medical emergency and can be fatal. Symptoms of anaphylaxis may include:

  • skin reactions such as stinging, burning, swelling, and rashes
  • swelling of the throat and tongue
  • trouble breathing
  • fainting
  • nausea
  • vomiting

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