Please stop using black henna, for your own, your childrens' and your clients' good

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Posted by Liisa on July 26, 2000 at 04:11:19:

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

I'm not a chemist, but a lot of people here are every experienced on
this subject, and after all what I've read here and after seeing the
PPD data sheet (the link's in Catherine's message, I presume) I
believe that PPD is not good for your health. I understand that you
are conserned of losing money because the people aware of the dangers
of PPD spread the information, but shouldn't you be more conserned on
the possibility of us being right! If I were in your situation, I
propably couldn't eat or sleep after reading the PPD data sheet,
thinking of all those customers to whom you have given a PPD doze,
and the possibility of some, maybe several of them deciding to sue
you after getting a bad reaction. I do hope that won't happen to you,
but to avoid this, isn't stopping the use of PPD Right Now the least
you can do? Also, think of what Catherine says about your own and
your childrens' health!

As you must have been doing black "hennas" for a while already, you
must also be quite experienced in applying the paste and creating
beautiful designs on skin. If you choose natural 100% henna you can
go on with your profession just as usual, only without the fear of
hurting your clients. You propably have an artistical talent because
you have chosen to make a living with body art. Use your talent, but
don't put people in danger!


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