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TikTok User Warns About Weeing In Shower After Dyeing Hair

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TikTok User Warns About Weeing In Shower After Dyeing Hair

A TikTok user has shared a cautionary tale after weeing in the shower while dyeing her hair, saying she thought she was 'going to die'.

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TikToker Kate (@simonsays122) stitched another user's video about warning others not to 'dye your hair and then p*** in the shower'.

In her video, she said to the camera: "I literally did this. So the first time I was ever dyeing my hair - I was dyeing it red - and I got in the shower, I did all the stuff, but then I peed because I was like, 'I gotta pee!'

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"And then I start like getting so dizzy and I'm seeing stars. I could not see, I could not function."

Kate then did an impression of what she would have looked like, re-enacting her stumbling around in the shower.

She continued to say she looked online to find out about what may have happened, explaining: "It said it creates mustard gas, which can blister your lungs and basically kill you."

Credit: TikTok/@simonsays122
Credit: TikTok/@simonsays122
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Recalling what happened next, Kate said: "I'm having such a hard time breathing and I get out of the shower butt naked, and I go and I lay on the floor."

Again, she shows us what she would have looked like at the time, filming herself lying on the floor, gasping.

Kate continued: "I literally laid there for like 20 minutes, and then I got up and I, like, s*** a lot - sorry, TMI.

"I got right back in the shower and everything was fine, but I literally thought I was going to die.

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"Like, my heart rate was so slow."

At the end of her video, she added: "So basically, don't do this."

Credit: PA
Credit: PA

The warning has featured in various TikTok videos, with other users saying they'd experienced similar problems.

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In a video from a user called @goffgirl666, she speaks about how weeing in the shower while washing off hair dye can cause a chemical reaction making mustard gas.

However, she later made a TikTok video explaining she was just joking.

A report from the Metro also says we probably shouldn't feel too concerned by the issue, arguing it's 'certainly nothing to worry about day-to-day', with a spokesperson from Public Health England telling the outlet: "There is no evidence to suggest this is true."

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@simonsays122

Topics: Viral, World News, News, tiktok

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