It would be like putting a grandchild in the tub with “bubbles” and their skin burnt off of their bodies, then they get sick and die from the chemicals used. The process that is used in Madison Reed…is Toxic to the Immune System. YIKES! Sorry for those of you that did. I have used over the counter dyes for over 15 years and never had a reaction. I can’t believe so much can go wrong by using a hair dye. I actually googled and found out that there were others who were having the same effect so I immediately stopped….that was three months ago. You can find some good recipes in my Permanent Hair Color Rating List, which will give a better understanding how to find safer hair coloring solutions. I don’t know what else to do. However, the industry body, Cosmetic Ingredient Review, proclaims it is safe in concentrations up to 7.5%. Here is a good read one the first dye Disperse Black 9. Not sure what else to do, it’s not going away and my hair IS thinning on top since starting. I went to the Dermatologist again this day, 03/17/2017. color is a fantastic way to refresh shades in between coloring or to change the tone for a short period of time. My colorist is using L’Oréal which does not contain this product and I have no burning. Hi, Amey: Yes – Aveda has resorcinol so as L’Oreal. For context, I chose the Perla mask, which is designed to neutralize brassiness in blonde or highlighted hair, similar to a purple shampoo. I have very thick and long hair. It was angry red and eventually raised up on my arm and was itchy and painful. THIS IS NOT A DUPLICATE COMMENT, CONSIDER IT AN UPDATE. It has helped tremendously and I am now losing much less hair. Interesting! Hi Barb: do you happen to have a list of ingredients I can take a look at? The doctors said I was allergic to PPD which I see in all commercial hair dyes. MADISON REED is still jerking me around, toying with me, so to speak….Rather than dealing with their “Claims” department, I am …for some reason, stuck with dealing with a “Colorist”….My case was so very tragic for me, it affected me emotionally, of course physically….I am surprised that from the very beginning they did NOT ask me for some strands of hair to study them. I will NEVER use this awful product again! It has to be the dye. From hair dye to cosmetics, use caution. Among other things, you will learn which hair colors use ammonia and which ones contain ethanolamine. Check out our review for Function of Beauty, an entirely customizable haircare brand. Good luck. I finally had a patch test and tested positive for PPD and Nickel. A visit to The Madison Reed Color Bar is the salon experience you’re used to, but reinvented. I am very sorry to hear that, Paulina. While Madison Reed made some changes in the right direction, you cannot assume that their hair dyes are “safe.”. The company, named after her daughter, aims to empower women and make them feel on-top-of-the-world unstoppable with their high performance hair care products. Due to the thinning, the solution Seeped down onto my Scalp, i felt burning, and in a very fast manner, I rinsed it off!!! I started using a regimen of once a week mixing a teaspoon of lemon juice with three ounces of organic unfiltered coconut oil (I buy Trader Joe’s as it is reasonable). You could have an “Alopecia like” happening, although it is NOT Androgenic Alopecia in and of itself. I am almost totally BALD now, on the top of my hair where the solution was applied. Even though it may be a great product for some, your experience with MR and your response is exactly what I was searching for and was the determining factor of me deciding I should not use Thanks again! After some soul searching and online research I’ve decided to let nature run it’s course and embrace my gray hair! handfuls of LONG Strands of my hair slid right out!!! I tried but it is so difficult to write a review on their site. It’s a smart idea to do a patch test prior to use. I have written extensively about Hairprint: ~Irina. Madison Reed’s Permanent Hair Color is for all hair types.The colors, thoughtfully made in Italy, are packed with hair loving nutrients like keratin, argan oil and ginseng extract.As mentioned previously in this Madison Reed hair review, the colors are free of ammonia, PPD, resorcinol, parabens, phthalates, gluten, SLS, titanium dioxide.. I’m using vitamina of all kinds including biotin shampoo. It must be so hard. I’m 41 and have hair to my shoulders. I have been having an allergic reaction to Madison Reed hair color for a month now. Hairprint 58 reviews. If you have issues with white hairs, which I have, I would consider checking out and seeing if you have a B vitamin deficiency with reduces the melanin for color in hair and causes white hairs to appear. I only recommend products, and affiliate with them, when I find reassurance in independent sources of information that the product is safe, including scientific studies. Thank goodness I found this blog…. Just to share with you all, I am extremely allergic to colors and have got reactions that took me almost close to death. Even if they say it’s natural it’s usually not. The fact is you will not get good gray coverage from any healthier option, so you’re gonna have to pick which means more to you. I think I will order from another well-known salon supply company. Yep, it is Madison Reed that is the culprit. What do you suggest in bringing my hair back to a healthy state? What you may think is “only” Seborrheic Dermatitis” may well be something else, and then, there is the “Differential”….. my only conslusion is the Product is the Hair Thinning Agent. A one time purchase is $30 and good luck with autos-hipping it is tough to cancel. WARNING: If anyone has allergies with common hair dyes Madison Reed is NOT a safe alternative!!! They have known for a Looonnnggg time!!! Are you still experiencing the hair loss? Hairprint Is expensive at $45, but with no other options available, looks like it wil have to continue to be the product I use. I have been dying my hair with L’Oreal Preference Mega Reds MR1 Light Intense Copper, which is also a level 7 dye (with a 20 vol developer, both from Sally Beauty) for over 5 years, so I’m not a newbie. It sounds like from their response to you that they are open to a dialogue. I live in Tasmania, Australia. It is scary. The first hair color they chose for me was all off. WHERE ARE THE OTHER COMMENTS ABOUT THIS???? This stuff is Poison! Madison Reed ingredients are pure, including natural substances like keratin, argan oil, and ginseng root extract that your hair will love. HC Yellow 2 Thanks to Elisia Long. I know what i experienced. I was promised that My Dermatology Appt. 43%!!!! The brand is affordable, contains less toxic ingredients, and is definitely of higher quality than anything that you would pick up in a drug store. I noticed my scalp BURNING, and then, as I gently rinsed my hair and applied the conditioner….GASP!!! I am using a Khadi Heena these days , it’s a two step application process and it gave me no reactions. I will keep you all posted, if I am still alive, but the posting at the top of the page re: Blood Borne Disease due to chemicals in hair product, is certainly…”Note Worthy”. The color and process was easy enough as described, but my color had completely faded out within three weeks. I have found that now have fewer white hairs as a result of regulating my B vitamins, which showed a deficiency. I also include affiliate links and may be compensated if you click on the link and purchase from Madison Reed.I include affiliate links on my blog for products that I value. Any other suggestions on what to use? re: The most recent reports of Hair Loss from Madison Reed Product….Yep, it IS the dye. alypagz. Keep up the Good Work. Hairprint does take several applications, about 4 to cover the grey initially, however, I Have NOT had any allergic reactions thankfully. When I later heard it came out with a color refreshing conditioning mask, I knew it was worth a shot. I decided that it was not healthy. There is also a product called CoSaMo here is a list of ingredients: WATER (AQUA), ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL, PROPANEDIOL, PEG-7 GLYCERYL SOYATE, DECYL GLUCOSIDE, OLETH-20, PHENOXYETHANOL, AMINOMETHYL PROPANOL, PEG-16 MACADAMIA GLYCERIDES, PEG/PPG-18/18 DIMETHICONE, CARBOMER, PROPYLENE GLYCOL, DIAZOLIDINYL UREA, IODOPROPYNYL BUTYLCARBAMATE, ERYTHORBIC ACID, CITRIC ACID, FRAGRANCE (PARFUM). Finally just cancelled b/c I'd foolish to stay. Thank you for your post. I mix a few squirts with hair conditioner and coconut oil and leave it on for anywhere from 5 to 25 minutes (the longer its on the better it covers grey hair). Filter by skin/hair/eye. I try not to go to the salon often I’ve seen other clients hairs thinning and prolong my visits as much as I can. My hair fell out using this product. Hello Everyone, I read your comments and found myself in the same situation, I was planning to color my hair to cover my gray hair and thought Madison Reed can be a good option as it doesn’t contains the harsh chemicals. Please keep us posted. This is far more helpful than buying a box dye at the drug store and thinking the shade on the box will be your end result, but hair dye is not one size fits all. But, after reading your review stating you also did the wrist test but received allergic reaction once it was applied to the hair, I don’t think i’ll take any chances. I am feeling very stressed about it all since I already have very fine hair . I am very weak, and the fatigue is severe. I had to try few times before I was able to get a 80-90% coverage. If you have read my blog before, you probably know that I am skeptical about the overused claim “natural,” to say the least.

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