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Possibly the photograph genuinely documents a real allergic reaction to henna, but the accompanying text account is unrelated, invented sensationalism.The same rumor spread widely throughout India in August 2012 and was repeatedly debunked by law enforcement and health officials: After people from the Northeast, it was the turn of Muslim women to get scared unnecessarily by rumours — that too on the day of Ramzan.However, consumer activists and dermatologists would have you choose a mehendi cone with caution given the presence of harmful chemicals like para-phenylenediamine (PPD) in the mixture, which could lead to strong skin reactions.Founder-member of Akhil Bharatiya Grahak Panchayat, Suryakant Pathak, said that several manufacturers were now using the concoction of PPD in mehendi cones.Because henna typically produces a brown, orange-brown, or reddish-brown tint, other ingredients must be added to produce other colors, such as those marketed as “black henna” and “blue henna.” Even brown shades of products marketed as henna may contain other ingredients intended to make them darker or make the stain last longer on the skin.

The original account (minus the photograph) appears to have begun at the end of 2011 in a version that attributed it to a doctor (identified in other versions as a According to a doctor of agha khan hospital. In his message he said, “that girl was newly married and had applied this cone, after two to three days the red cone chemicals start burning her skin. And said to doctor that instead of giving her pain by cutting her hands and feet, give her a poison injection so that she can die in peace.a red cone mehandi is arrived in all over Pakistan. And when the chemicals spread to the legs, she went to the agha khan hospital with her parents, the parents asked to the doctor what happened to our daughter, the doctor says, the cone mehandi she had applied contained very strong chemical and this the burning of her skin is due to the chemicals contained in the cone, so if you want to stop this chemical from spreading in her whole body then we have to cut her hands and feet. And the doctor gave the poison injection to the girl.After that the doctor spread this message through sms that never use this red cone mehandi.The chemical may cause itching, body ache, restlessness, etc,” Pathak said.

City doctors further affirmed the ill-effects of the ready-made mehendi cones.Mehndi skin decorations are particularly linked with Hindu celebrations of weddings and other festivals in countries such as India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.



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