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Can you dye your hair if you have scalp ringworm?

can you dye your hair if you have scalp  ringworm?

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No you shouldn't color your hair with ringworm. You may spread it to other parts of your body. Use a proper (salve) medication to get rid of it. Once it's all gone you can use color again! 

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I'd be a lot more worried about the ringworm than I would be about the color of my hair.

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