Multiple Chemical Sensitivities – being a hairstylist with environmental illness

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After my exposure to formaldehyde from the Brazilian Blowout in 2011, the chemical poisoning I experienced resulted in various health problems, including sensitivity to chemicals. Over the years, the sensitivity started to become worse.

By the month of May this past spring, I developed severe MCS (Multiple  Chemical Sensitivities) after visiting a recently renovated home that exposed me to various toxic chemicals. That was the tipping point, and

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7 responses to “Multiple Chemical Sensitivities – being a hairstylist with environmental illness

  1. Thank you for sharing!

  2. We stayed at a hotel in Arizona a few years ago and had to check out around midnight because I was violently reacting to the excessive bleach used on their towels and bedding. The front desk gal was so understanding and quickly refunded us as she had been a hairdresser that had to leave her job due to chemical exposures she developed working in a salon. She was having difficulties working front desk night shift at a hotel. Have often wondered how she is doing now.

  3. THANKS FOR SHARING—- I ALSO HAVE MCS BECAUSE I WAS A COSMETOLOGIST FOR MANY YEARS & ALSO WORKED FOR A HAIR COLORING COMPANY!! THERE IS NO DOUBT I HAVE THE MAIN MCS HEALTH PROBLEMS THAT I DO — DUE TO BEING A COSMETOLOGIST!!!

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