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    Nov 7, 2012, 06:54 AM
    Does baking soda helps allergic reaction from dye of hair? If so how?
    Does baking soda helps allergic reaction from dye of hair? If so how will it be used or applied?
    Mu husband dyed his hair as he used to do, but recently after a day he developed allergic reaction, he scratched his head all the time thus sore develops and so at the back of his ears, his eyes becomes red too...
    Any suggestion as a first aid treatment?

    Thank you

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