Although henna obtained naturally is free of chemicals, in some cases PPD (Para-phenylenediamine) is added to henna mixtures to intensify the color and lower application time. But what most people are unaware of is the fact that PPD is a powerful allergen and its contact with the skin might trigger an allergic reaction. Common symptoms that you may experience include wheezing, itching, redness, burning and swelling of the skin.
When henna comes in contact with your eyes, it
might cause redness and watering of the eyes. If you come across such a
situation, wash your eyes with cold water and visit an eye specialist to get
tested for any complications.
Children suffering from a rare condition called
glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency should stay away from
applying henna on their hands. In this condition, when henna is applied, red
blood cells tend to burst, leading to severe health complications. If this
occurs, it is a case of a medical emergency and should be shown to the doctor
at the earliest.
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