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Hair Dye In Ear
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I dyed my hair with splat hair dye and I got some in my ear and I'm afraid it's gone deeper in my ear. What should I do?
Exam: 23 year old lady with dye in the ear. Stay calm. Go and get an exam, your physician can look into your ear canals with a scope and see how much dye is in there. Impacted canals filled with wax are cleared with a dilute Hydrogen Peroxide solution, water and tools can be used to remove the foreign body or substance if it is necessary as a result of your exam. Good luck. ...Read more
Dyed hair at salon on wednesday woke up yesterday with redness and itching along hair line and on ear where hair dye touched but was removed by stylis?
I have hair dye issue, where it must have irratated\burned my scalp it's almost peeling. Its now dry, but greasy; and hurts/burns; ears/neck itch bad?
Scalp dermatitis?: Had to tell whether this is chemical irritation/burn, or allergy to the hair dye. Both are common. Best to see a doctor. You could try an over-the-counter steroid cream (hydrocortisone), but a doctor might prescribe more effective treatment, and can confirm the diagnosis. Sometimes a reaction like this uncovers an underlying skin problem, made worse by the hair dye but needing different treatment. ...Read more
I have had a hair dye reaction my head has lumps on it, glands are raised and hard, Ears are weeping and red itchy skin any suggestions to help?
No history of pimples/acne. Pimples all over body head arms legs stomach chest feet ears scattered. (Changed hair dye 2 days prior) don't hurt/itch?
Pimples: Need more information than that. Skin problem, see a skin specialist, a Dermatologist ...Read more
When you dye ur hair and when u wait for that 20 mins. What happens if your head starts burning & is kinda itchy. My head isn't sensitive or anything.
Allergy or Chem Burn: The chemicals in hair color can be rather harsh and many people can have an allergic reaction or get a chemical burn from them. The instructions should be followed closely. If it was just burning that might be chemical but itching could be allergy. Be very cautious the next time you use it and do a test as directed since an allergy could be very serious. ...Read more
Possibly.: Hair dyes can lead to both skin irritation (contact dermatitis) & allergic reactions. This is largely because some dyes contain parphenylendiamine. The skin that was in contact with the dye may become dry, red, swollen, blistered, cracked or pustules are sometimes seen. An allergic reaction may lead to generalized itching, facial/ scalp swelling or in some severe cases to anaphylaxis. ...Read more
I used a little of hair dye and now half my head is swollen. It's been three days already. How long before it subsides?
Barely possible: Some hair dyes contain chemicals that are suspected carcinogens, and these might (not will, just 'might') cause cancers, including brain tumors. This is not an issue of the dye going straight to the brain because it is applied to the head; the dye would have to be absorbed and then get into the bloodstream to get to cells. ...Read more
Iam having head heaviness right now. I had my hair dye last friday and was told not to wash it for three days. Yesrterday was the 3rd day and when?
May or may not be related:
Here is some general information on headaches.
For specific advice and diagnosis please see a doctor licensed in your area.
https://patient.info/health/migraine-leaflet ...Read more
Is it safe to use hair dye/bleach if one were born with a mole on head? Mother says I have one and used to bleach and dye hair. Cancer risk to area?
Hair dye: Yes it is safe as hair dye will not cause your mole to become cancerous ...Read more
Hi I've dye my hair and I've started to get blisters behind my ear they really hurt what can I do?
Contact dermatitis: You are most likely intolerant to the dye. The irritation behind the ears is most likely due to the dye not completely washed off and tends to collect behind the ears. You should stay away from that and similar dyes. You may want to try a small amount of any new product on your arm before you use it to color your hair. Also, need to wash all the areas that the dye came in contact with ...Read more
I dyed my hair 2 days ago, I have developed lumps under my skin on my neck, burning and itching on my neck, head and ears. What do I do?
I just dyed my hair red and it got all over my skin and it felt like it went in my ears and up my nose when I was rinsing it is this dangerous?
Irritation: A single exposure like this and if the amounts of dye in the nose were minimal, there should not be any emergent danger. The most likely effects would be to the skin which can become red, itchy, develop sores, and create a burning sensation. Headache could occur from the strong chemicals in the nose. To remove try dye free detergent and baking soda, toothpaste, nail polish remover, or petroleum jelly. ...Read more
Ever since I dyed my hair 3 weeks ago my ears and neck have been itching very severely. I 've taken benadryl, (diphenhydramine) put cortisone cream etc. So itchy!
Contact allergy: It is possible that you are having a contact allergy reaction to the hair dye (mostly black dye). You may need a stronger cortisone cream or spray than those available otc. See a doctor to get one. In the meanwhile, use to cortisone cream 4 x daily and try itchx anti-itch spray otc. ...Read more
Hello sir, i have got grey hair in my beard not much in my hair on the head, would like to know the cause & solution for the same or some dye that me?
None: If I can tell u a reason I will get noble prize! Of course there are so many dyes. Be careful for allergies. ...Read more
No problem: A lipoma is a small benign fatty tumor which can be ignored if it doesn't bother you. It has nothing to do with your hair so adding dye is of no concern. Make sure your doctor confirms that it's only a lipoma and not something more serious. ...Read more
Had bad experience at salon after hair coloring. Are store hair dyes safer for your scalp and hair? Tyvm
Hair dyes: Hair dyes with continued use may deteriorate the texture of your hair. In addition, some people may develop an allergic rash or even anaphylactic reaction. ...Read more
I have a sensitive knot on the back of my head that only comes up when I dye my hair have burning in head?
I just found out I caught head lice,they are just about gone i have to do anothet treatment this sunday comming is it ok to still dye my hair?
Scar on back of head about 2 yrs. Old. Thinking of dying hair. Can bleaching hair hurt the scar? What dyes are ok?
Do dissolving internal sutures hurt 8 weeks later? 4 CM wide head laceration cut to bone. Site tender. Want to dye hair but is wound too fragile?
No: Followup with your doctor. This may be a sign of infection or wound breakdown. ...Read more
Unsure: There is no way to know if that is perfectly safe — most recommendations are to wait until after delivery to use hair dyes. ...Read more
Was born with mole on head. Will bleaching hair cause mole to turn into melanoma? Is it safe to bleach my hair? Bleach will be on scalp. Not dye, bleach.
Moles and Melanoma: Moles should be checked periodically for changes. Moles greater than 1 cm in diameter have a slightly higher risk of cancer, and are often removed to be certain they are ok. Chronic skin irritation is associated with cancer, but occasional bleaching is not. Sun exposure is, so hats and sunscreen are helpful. ...Read more
Can bumping your head very hard cause hair to grow in white in that spot? I had my hair dyed a week before, but that spot suddenly has white roots.
Not likely to be : From trauma to the head.shouldn't affect the color maybe just the growth itself ...Read more
I've had two cat scans of my head and I get my hair dyed black often I'm scared of cancer risk from these things?
No significant risk: Moderation in every thing you do to your body is the key to a healthy lifestyle. There is no significant risk in occasional x-ray or use of skin/hair dyes as long as the dyes are properly labeled and you read the label carefully ...Read more