Q&A on Safety
What is the patch test?
Patch test to safely try new looks
In recent years, hair dyeing has become a popular part of fashion. Not only is it used to hide gray hair, but to make “dense” hair appear “lighter,” transform a person’s appearance and even expand the range of their style options, to name a few reasons.
Hair dyeing products come in many types, from cosmetics that temporarily color hair to those quasi-drugs that dye for 2 to 3 months, all of which allow you to find the dye you like best and that suits your lifestyle.
At Mandom’s Customer Relations Division, we ask that you always do a patch test before use to ensure you can color your hair safely.
Hair dyes may cause rashes,
Did you know skin issue symptoms may appear on your face or scalp?
Hair dyeing products may, in rare cases, cause itching, skin rashes, eczema, swelling or other allergic reactions.
This doesn’t mean that hair dyeing products are dangerous, but just as there are foods like flour, eggs and buckwheat that can cause allergies, the physical constitution of some individuals does not suit certain ingredients.