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Contact dermatitis is a skin condition resulting from touching some triggering substance. Usually, there will be inflammation, discoloration, swelling, and/or irritation. There are two kinds, irritant and allergic. The first kind comes from the nature of substance contacted; the second results from some sensitive condition existing in the patient. Either way, the avoidance is the same: DON'T TOUCH whatever it is that brings on the condition. For hairdressers, that probably means wearing protective gloves, changing them frequently, and regularly cleansing the hands. If you're having your hair done, never use again the products which have previously caused you problems. In very rare instances, fumes may be a problem. If that is the case, first try increasing the ventilation, then discontinue the offensive product all together. Good luck. Truly.
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