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 »

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 »

The way to know if hair dye causes an allergic reaction is to check for signs or symptoms on the scalp or neck areas, such as redness, an itchy rash, inflammation or a burning sensation. Anyone allergic to hair dye may e... More »

www.reference.com Health Conditions & Diseases Allergies

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 »

Natural ways to relieve allergy symptoms include Neti pots, local honey and air filters, says Health.com. Butterbur and hot spicy foods are also effective in alleviating allergy symptoms, reports WebMd. More »

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The most common symptom of an allergy or reaction to themirosal, an ingredient found in vaccines and other drugs, is redness or swelling at the site of the injection, notes the Centers for Disease Control. When treated w... More »