Although absorbtion through skin is very small, chemicals stream during dyeing process can have impact on babies, especially hair dyes containing ammonia.

In the past, dyeing hair was for those who have gray hair early. Nowadays, dyeing hair is used for many people, even for children; and there are about 70% of women in the world dyeing hair at least 1 time.

Depending on existing time, dye is divided into 3 groups: temporary, semi-permanent, and permanent. Temporary dye creates change of color quickly and simply. Besides, it is easy to remove in the first time of washing. Temporary group is produced with many kinds of products such as shampoo, spray, lotion, foam, and so on.

Do not dye hair in the first three months of pregnancy.

Do not dye hair in the first three months of pregnancy.

Semi-permanent makes color’s change be longer and fade gradually after a few times of washing. This group is made in many kinds of products as lotion, gel, cream, and foam.

Chemicals that create colors can penetrate into peel of hair, but they will spread little by little on surface of hair and disappear after washing (about 6 – 8 times).

Permanent dye is used the most at present because of its stability and consumers only take it once a month.

When using dye, you need to read carefully instructions. Dye is one of the chemicals, so it can make body have allergy although very small rate of population is impacted by dye. Most of the allergic reactions with dye are hypersensitivity.

When using dye, you need to read carefully instructions

When using dye, you need to read carefully instructions

The reaction usually happens at contacting area. In a few cases, reaction may be more serious and spread more widely such as facial edema. Allergic reactions often appear including rash, edema, water acnes, and itch at skin’s area contacting with dye.

Dye contains hydrogen peroxide or ammonia can lead to irritation, so you need to read carefully the instructions and put them out of children’s reach.

Moreover, dye includes most oxidizers with intensive alkalinity, so they can change structure of hair. These alkaline peroxides will break hydrophobic surface of hair.

This layer is considered as hair protecting system; therefore, the destruction will make hair injured, not revive and make users have unexpected feelings such as dry hair, being difficult to brush, losing shine, and reducing temperature dramatically (easy to break).

Hair broken off or cut off will not be acceptable

Hair broken off or cut off will not be acceptable

According to American Gynecological and Obstetrical Society, hair dye is quite safe for pregnant women because it is absorbed through skin very little. However, many healthy experts recommend that women should not use permanent dye in the first three months of pregnancy.

Although absorbing through skin very little, chemical stream emits during process can affect babies, especially hair dye contains ammonia.

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