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These Women Set The Best Example On Why You Should Read Product Labels





Here’s one of those stories that will literally make you confused. You don’t know if you would laugh or be sad about it.

A woman in Eastern Europe was sent to the Emergency Room at the local hospital after mistakenly using a can of builder’s foam for a regular hair mousse. The woman looked so apathetic at the ER room while waiting for the hospital’s medical staff to attend to her bizarre looking hair.

The woman looked like someone who just came from a festival in some tropical country with a bouquet of flowers being put on her head. It really looked funny but she was definitely not laughing, and nobody blames her for that.

She doesn’t look ecstatic at all.

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One can only imagine how stupid she had felt when she realized she wasn’t using her favorite hair product. Instead, it was polyurethane foam, which is primarily used to fill gaps and block leaks during construction—definitely not for any fashion statement.

We are not really certain what happened to the woman after they fixed her hair, one thing is for sure: that experience will certainly make her read labels before applying something.

This is not the first time someone was in the news for mistakenly using a material not intended for the human body.

A woman in Florida named, Katherine Gaydos, thought she was putting eye drops into her eye to get rid of something that apparently causes some itchiness. However, it was not an eye drop but super glue. Gaydos said it was the most painful experience she had gone through in her life. The eye was completely shut and it took eight days before something was done to fix it.

Fortunately for her, the doctor assured her that the incident did not cause any permanent damage to her eye.
Best advice we can give is to make sure you read the label before using something or consuming something. It may just save you from any permanent damage or even death.

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H/T: ABC News

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