[LMB] OT: Hair color

A. Marina Fournier saffronrose at me.com
Sat Oct 16 06:55:23 BST 2021

My scalp psoriasis stopped responding to Taclonex, a lotion which is difficult to wash out. I’m taking Otezla for it, at half clinical strength, which spares ne from the all-day nausea the full dose gave me. As it affects my immune system—psoriasis is an auto-immune disease—I qualified for a third dose of vaccine.

If hair color would put paid to that, I’d go for it. Would you believe I have plaque in my right ear? Gah!

A. Marina Fournier
saffronrose at me.com
Je persisterai quand même, car j’ais survécu d’être née
Valley of Heart’s Delight. CA
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> On Oct 14, 2021, at 7:04 PM, B Van Look <vanlook19 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 14, 2021 at 1:31 PM Pat Mathews <mathews55 at msn.com> wrote:
>> But I have also seen brunettes whose gray hairs have a yellowish tinge in
>> a state of nature, and understand completely why they would like to color
>> it.
> I've managed to avoid that, thank goodness. Originally, I wanted to be a
> redhead for fun, but it's for an entirely different reason these days.
> The first time I colored my hair with Miss Clairol, I discovered my scalp
> eczema went away. Didn't get that effect from other brands. So I keep
> coloring my hair with MC.
> It appears, after experimenting with letting my hair color go natural for
> 18months, to be causation, not correlation. I don't know what happens on my
> scalp during the coloring process, I just know something happens and I like
> what happens.
> BJ
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