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RE: Inhaling fumes
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946 Subject: RE: Inhaling fumes Posted by:
Sun, Sep 13, 2009
07:41 PM

If you are chemically sensitive from years of working with conventional products, your best bet is to use a fan to increase air flow in your work area, or a hepa filter to filter all fumes. Stylists are bombarded daily with fumes from hot dryers, synthetic chemicals etc. Do you notice feeling sensitive when walking through the pesticide or insecticide area of your local hardware store? Or from the perfume counter at your local Dept store? Many products contain fumes that could increase your sensitivity. Commit to seeing a naturopathic doctor to strengthen your immune system and learn to lower your toxic load. If you have food sensitivities, this could also increase your sensitivity to all fumes. Ecocolors Haircolor does not contain toxic amounts of any ingredient.

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