30 May, 2016 @ 15:11
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UK doctors warn holidaymakers of henna tattoos

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hennaHOLIDAYMAKERS are being urged against getting henna tattoos this summer.

UK doctors are warning everyone to avoid black henna, especially while travelling, after a 10-year-old British boy was kept in a Spanish hospital for 10 days following an allergic reaction.

The dye is a known contact allergen and can cause significant side effects like redness, blistering, itching, and discoloration of the skin.

Rob Horgan

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