I was looking for a photo of allergic reaction cause by hair dyes can't seem to find an image that can be used.
It might be that there are none available for free use.
Recently, I saw a recommendation for an image search site called Compfight, which gives the licensing information for each image. It does also try to sell stock photos through the search results. I suppose that is how it earns money to survive. I haven't used it myself for a serious search yet so do not know how useful it is.
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