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  • curprev 01:4001:40, 21 May 2023Bmezine talk contribs 1,847 bytes +1,847 Created page with "<html><div class="mw-content-ltr" dir="ltr" id="mw-content-text" lang="en"><p>Sometimes instead of being <a href="/index.php?title=Henna" title="Henna">henna</a>, "black henna" is made using a chemical called PPD (P-Phenylenediamine), either on its own or combined with natural henna. In many people, this can lead to severe reactions including blisters, lesions, rashes, etc. Assuming it enters the body (which it can do via the skin), PPD toxins can collect in the internal..."