BIGEN HAIR DYE HOSPITALIZED 19 YEAR OLD BRAD MCGLOWN of TOLEDO, OH

BIGEN HAIR DYE HOSPITALIZED 19 YEAR OLD BRAD MCGLOWN of TOLEDO, OH

TOLEDO, OH (Tyme Management PR GROUP) Brad McGlown 19, of Toledo feared for his life, and in currently in the Hospital after going to his barber shop and getting his hair dyed by using the product Bigen Hair Dye. Shortly after Brad got his hair cut and colored with Bigen Hair Dye at an area barber shop, his head started itching which quickly turned into pain and swelling the next day he then had to check into the nearest hospital "St. Vincent Hospital"

Bigen hair dye is a hair coloring product that the manufacturers claim is gentle, long-lasting and nurturing to hair, but this hair dye product caused his whole head, eyes, and lips to swell. Due to the swelling and inflation to Brad's entire head, eyes and face it could have closed his airways.

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ABOUT BIGEN HAIR DYE (From Their Site)
Sold in 70 countries worldwide, Bigen is the #1 selling permanent powder hair color. Regardless of your natural hair color, consistency, condition, length or style, Bigen produces optimum darkening results. http://bigen-usa.com/2011/permanent-powder.htm

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From what I have read about this, Brad McGlown is claiming that an infection caused the swelling. This doesn't sound like an infection though. It sounds like an allergic reaction.

A small percentage of the population is allergic to hair dye. For this reason, hair dye manufacturers strongly recommend that you do a skin test a day or two before you dye your hair. It sounds like somebody did not do that.

Brad never said it was a infection. What was stated was the doctor's had no idea what it was. They thought it was a bacteria or viral infection.

The barber use Begin hair dye on Brad a lot of times and he never had a reaction. The problem with this product is if you are allergic to it a reaction will not show and you would not know your allergic to it. After several uses of the Begin hair dye and I'm talking months a reaction will come. So the skin test will not work.

Here is another story about someone who used this same dye.
http://bigenhairdye.blogspot.com/2010/07/bigen-hair-color-dye-that-actua...

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