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Chemical hair dyes applied by the salonist must first damage your hair before the dye can penetrate to leave behind a permanent color. Those synthetic hair dyes purchased at drug stores and applied at home are equally injurious to your hair. You may notice that frequent usage of these chemical hair dyes leaves your hair dry and brittle.

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Chemical Dye Dangers as Shown in Science

Five humans had their hair dyed with the typical, common hair dye methods which involves the usage of the chemicals p-toluenediamine sulfate and resorcinol with hydrogen peroxide. Afterward, the nasty chemicals showed up in the test subjects’ urine! So, do not let anyone fool you into believing that chemical hair dye is completely safe and harmless.  Healthy kidneys can filter toxins, but what happens when there is an overload in the body? It is not worth the risk.

Permanent Hair Dye Methods

There are two methods to produce permanent hair dye colors. One permanent hair coloring method is marketed especially to men. It is called progressive hair dye. These dyes are used to change hair—especially gray hair—to a darker color (black browns) over the course of several applications. These dyes utilize lead acetate at levels “approved by the FDA” to slowly change gray hair to dark brown and black. The change happens slowly over the course of several days to weeks and is routinely maintained to keep the color because it does gradually wash out over time.

Dangers of Progressive Hair Dying

Lead has numerous negative health effects for adults.  As with children, habitual lead exposure in adults also causes neurological disorders like trouble with concentration and loss of memory. Hypertension and other undesired cardiovascular consequences have also been noted in adults with chronic lead exposure.  But it does not stop there. Decreased fertility, cataracts, muscle and joint pain, and nerve disorders are also caused by persistent lead exposure in adults. Extreme lead exposure will result in numerous neurological calamities like lack of muscular coordination, convulsions, and coma. This does not seem like a good trade-off for hiding gray hair.

 Dangers of Oxidation Dye Method 

Another very popular method to dye hair is to use several synthetic chemicals to weaken the hair, make the shaft swell, reduce the natural color, then apply the new color. The main ingredients used in this process are hydrogen peroxide (called the developer or oxidizing agent), ammonia (separates the hair cuticle to allow the hair color to penetrate the cortex of the hair), PPD or PPT (the darker the hair color dye, the more PPD or PPT) and resorcinols.  PPD and PPT are two ingredients known to cause severe allergic reactions in people who frequently have their hair dyed.

Hair Chemical Awarded 1st Place Toxin

In 2006, the American Contact Dermatitis Society awarded PPD (paraphenylenediamine) the title, “2006 Allergen of the Year.” Although, I would dare say that “allergen” seems like an unusually nice way to describe this poisonous substance. But why demonize it too much; after all it does help produce a natural-looking hair dye that does not fade with washing (with much sarcasm). And beauty often outweighs health in this country.


Chemicals Known to Poison Humans in 1920’s still
Present in Modern Hair Dye


In the 1920’s, a specific case of poor health was traced back to the usage of chemical hair dye. One particular gentleman had been making hair dye for 3 years. He occasionally applied the hair dye to clients’ hair, but he did not wear gloves. Although he never developed a rash or any skin disorders, his symptoms included nausea, vomiting, extreme fatigue, migraines, and seizures. At one point, he had spent several weeks in bed recovering from his unknown illness.

It was when the doctor suggested that he seemed to be suffering from poisoning, that the man figured out the cause himself. Every time he applied the dye to a client's hair he would come down with the severe sickness about 48 hours later. The nasty chemicals which caused these health problems were meta phenylenediamine and paraphenylenediamine, which are still used in permanent hair dyes today. PPD (p-Phenylenediamine) has specifically been reported in scientific studies by the International Agency for Research on Cancer to cause bladder cancer in humans.

Resorcinols are used in cosmetic hair dyes and skin peels. In animal studies, resorcinol was added to the drinking water. This chemical negatively affected the brain and thyroid of the test subjects. While resorcinol is regulated to 5% in cosmetics, there are not any studies proving that habitual exposure to this chemical is safe for humans. Since this is not the only dangerous chemical found in hair dye, it could quite possibly be the combination of many chemicals that leaves you toxic, sensitized, and unable to tolerate any more toxins in your environment. This would leave you quite sickly with numerous health symptoms

Modern Cases of Death from Hair Dye

A woman in the United Kingdom went into a year-long coma after years of habitual chemical hair dying. We do not know what other toxins were in her life or in her diet. However, the coroner was quite certain that the PPD in the hair dye had caused the woman’s untimely death. For while the industry claims that only 4 in a million have severe allergic reactions to PPD in chemical hair dyes, the academic research suggests it is really about 14% of chemical hair dye users. The woman’s allergic reaction to PPD was triggered 4 years earlier. She had got a temporary “black henna” tattoo during a holiday celebration and subsequently her allergies to her hair dye worsened.

No mention was made to whether or not the tattoo has presented a rash. Thus we can assume there were no issues. Black henna tattoos are dangerous because PPD is commonly added to the henna to produce a black colored temporary tattoo that dries faster than red henna. 

People are generally deceived by the word “temporary” and by the fact the henna is a natural plant dye and completely safe in the absence of nasty chemicals. Despite the fact that this woman seemed to know that her hair dye was the cause of her allergic reactions, she continued to dye her hair every month. She reportedly went 16 times to her doctor to specifically seek treatment for her hair-dye allergies. But eventually the toxic overload was too much for her system. She went into a coma and never awoke. A year later she officially died of a heart attack leaving behind a husband and two children.  

This woman was not aware that her beauty routine was slowly killing her. Article after article online will say that chemical hair dye is safe when used by the directions. Even the FDA claims that it is safe for use in hair dyes. But when the animal studies show otherwise, we should sit up and pay attention. There is no reason to poison our bodies with hair dye.

Hair Stylists at Greatest Risk for Hair Dye Poisoning

It is no surprise that hair stylists are at greatest risk for developing serious health issues from chemical hair dyes. But hair stylists also have a great opportunity to educate their clients about the health risks of these nasty chemicals and offer them natural methods to permanently dye their hair.

Once you find out how easy it is to apply henna and organic henna-combination hair dyes, you will soon be an expert. It feels good to know that you have played a part in helping someone avoid a poisonous chemical. Liver toxicity can lead to a life of poor health and misery and, quite frankly, even death. Help spread the word to women and men you know.

Remember, you can have beautiful hair and health, too!

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Personal Use of Hair Dye and the Risk of Certain Subtypes of Non-Hodgkin

Lymphoma, American Journal of Epidemiology, 2008.

Published by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.


Neurotoxic Effects and Biomarkers of Lead Exposure: A Review

Talia Sanders1, Yiming Liu1, Virginia Buchner2, and Paul B. Tchounwou1

1Molecular Toxicology Research Laboratory, NIH RCMI - Center for Environmental Health,

College of Science, Engineering, and Technology, Jackson State University, Jackson, MS, USA

The Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel

Chemical and Engineering News

March 13, 2000
Volume 78, Number 11
CENEAR 78 11 p.52
ISSN 0009-2347

International Agency for Research on Cancer <

Monographs vol. 99

Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology

Volume 13, Issue 3, November 1968, Pages 325–331

Woman died of allergic reaction to her L'Oreal hair dye Daily Mail Online 19 February 2015

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