Why are people having allergic reactions to hair dye after testing positive for COVID-19?

Hairdressers have noticed an increase in allergic reactions

9/23/2021 8:28:00 PM

Hairdressers have noticed an increase in allergic reactions

It's important to always get a patch test before using a beauty product

after testing positive for COVID-19.Hairdressers report customers developing rashes and burns after using hair dye, even if it's a product they've used before. Now, according to theBBC, the trade body that represents hairdressers and beauticians is warning professionals to carry out additional patch tests to avoid facing legal action. Patch tests require customers to sample the product on their skin 24-48 hours before their appointment to see how they react.

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BBC, Gemma explained how she'd suffered an allergic reaction to a patch test, despite using the same hair dye for 10 years."I thought it was a bit of a faff having to come into the salon and wait 48 hours when all I wanted to do was get my hair coloured," she said,"however thank goodness that she [Gemma's hairdresser] had put the [patch test] policy in place."

"I had the patch test then the following day I felt a really hot burning sensation behind my ear, which progressively got worse, to the point where it had taken layers of skin from behind my ear," she added.Gemma suffered an allergic reaction after having a patch test. headtopics.com

BBCGemma's hairdresser, Stacey, put the patch test policy in place after reading reports of other customers suffering allergic reactions at hair salons across the country, in addition to the hair dye manufacturer's guidelines."I was picking up and seeing a lot of reports from stylists and salon owners saying that people were having these new reactions that weren't having them before, so it really alerted me that something is going on here," Stacey told the

BBC.She revealed that Gemma wasn't the only client to suffer an allergic reaction after having a patch test, and realised this wasn't an"isolated incident.""I started thinking, 'what is the link here?'" Stacey added.

Scientists at Imperial College London are now looking into the link between COVID-19 and allergic reactions, specifically how the disease could be reprogramming our immune system. Read more: Cosmopolitan UK »

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