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Mr Gulliver, 50, a Royal Mail manager from the Isle of Wight, said: 'She is potentially scarred for life after getting a black henna tattoo.'The tattoo was done in the hotel's salon and they claim it's not the henna and that it's my daughters skin.'She has blisters from her finger to her elbow and is in so much pain.'We were entirely unaware of the dangers and I think they should warn of this in the brochures.'I think it's partly my fault because I didn't know about it, but also the fault of the salon because they are using dangerous chemicals on children.'We would have thought that the travel agents would have had concerns about this.'We want to get the message out to other people.' Mr Gulliver said the family had been having a great holiday until the beginning of the second week when his wife Sylvia, 43, had to be rushed to hospital with a gall bladder infection.
Why get bogged down with inconvenient registration pages when you don’t have to?The NHS warns these 'black henna' tattoos can contain high levels of toxic chemical dye, which is normally illegal to use on the skin.The paste contains an ingredient called paraphenylenediamine (PPD).However she soon complained of it being itchy and it then erupted in painful blisters.The primary school pupil had to have the blisters cut away in a specialist burns unit, which left her with scars up her arm.