Does YOUR hair dye contain the chemical feared to have killed this woman?


Does YOUR hair dye contain the chemical feared to have killed this woman

6:02 PM on 20th October 2011

Tragedy: Tabatha McCourt collapsed 20 minutes after dying her hair and died in hospital

Tragedy: Tabatha McCourt collapsed 20 minutes after dying her hair and died in hospital

Fatal reaction: Tabatha loved to colour her hair but could have been allergic to severe allergic reaction to a chemical used in 99 per cent of all hair-dyes: PPD or p-Phenylendiamine

Fatal reaction: Tabatha loved to colour her hair but could have been allergic to chemical PPD or p-Phenylendiamine

“MY SCALP FELT AS IF IT WAS ON FIRE”

Bad reaction: Alison Jane Reid now only uses low chemical dyes

Bad reaction: Alison Jane Reid now only uses low chemical dyes

Health before beauty: Women who dye their hair regularly should consider swapping their permanent colour for one that washes out in six weeks, and consider that light-coloured dyes contains significantly less PPD

Health before beauty: Women who dye their hair regularly should consider swapping their permanent colour for one that washes out in six weeks, and consider that light-coloured dyes contains significantly less PPD