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Young Girl In Agony After Salon Visit, Dad Soon Realizes Hotel’s Fault But It’s Already Too Late

It was at this point that Martin and his wife, Sylvia, turned to the internet. Once the realized the severity of the situation, they brought Madison to the hospital.

Sylvia said that she was told the scarring could potentially go away in about two years but they weren’t given any promises.

The culprit for Madison’s chemical burn lies with PPD, a suspected carcinogen, which was present in the henna chemicals used to tattoo her arm.

PPD is illegal in several countries when it comes to using it on the skin. It can lead to anaphylactic shock and in some cases death.

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