An allergic reaction to hair dye is treated as contact dermatitis and involves taking oral antihistamines to reduce rashes or reaction symptoms as well as corticosteroid medication that reduces inflammation, according to... More »

A person should see a doctor for treatment of an allergy to hair dye if signs such as swelling, burning, itching or redness are observed after using the dye, according to Health.com. Although a severe allergy is not comm... More »

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An allergy from using hair dye can be treated by washing the skin with cool water and mild soap as soon as a rash appears, according to WebMD. Patients may also apply hydrocortisone cream on the affected area or take an ... More »

A reaction to the adhesive tape on bandages is due to contact dermatitis, according to Daniel More, M.D. Characterized as an itchy red rash in the shape of the bandage, contact dermatitis is caused by an allergic reactio... More »

To make hair dye, prepare ingredients according to the target color, and make an infusion out of herbs. Remove the herbs from the infusion, pour it into a spray bottle, and add a few drops of sweet almond oil to the mixt... More »

Non-allergic hair dye is any hair coloring product that is made with natural ingredients rather than with common allergens such as hydrogen peroxide or ammonia. However, natural and organic products are not always hypoal... More »

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Natural hair color, eye color, skin tone and age are all factors that determine which hair dye is best for a person. Generally, the appropriate dye complements one's physical characteristics, rather than overshadows them... More »

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