Re: Chemical burns on small kids


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Posted by Hennagurl on July 25, 2000 at 17:32:17:

In Reply to: Black heena is NOT harmful posted by Skyy on July 25, 2000 at 15:58:20:

So what about the little kid whose parents described 3 MONTHS of
chemical burns on his sensitive skin from so-called "black henna" at
Santa Monica? PLEASE educate yourself about what you're doing, if not
for your customers' health and freedom from potential lawsuits, then
for your own long-term health!
The "ingredients" "us people" experiment with are such things as
lemons, cloves, garlic, and tea. Things I would feel safe eating.
You certainly can't say that for the toxic black death you are using.
Try natural traditional henna. It's beautiful and safe, and very
healing. Black death "temporary tattoos" are just the opposite. I
would NEVER put anything like that on my skin or my clients', because
I care about healing people and the planet.

: I have done 1000ís of black hennas on Santa Monica pier without any
reactions. You have been spreading false information. My black henna
DOES have PPD. The burns you allege that come from black henna must by
some other ingredient that people like you experiment with. Stop
posting inaccurate information. You are ruining my business. And as a
single mother with two kids to feed you are actually taking food from
my babiesí mouths. Mind your own business and stop slandering my
business.




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