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Does Hair Dye Harm the Baby?
As a result of a small research, hair dyeing during pregnancy causes great harm to the baby, especially in the first three months. “As a result of research on animals, it is seen that dyeing hair in the first trimester of pregnancy causes serious problems. It is seen that most of these lead to cataracts or brain tumors.
Although hair dyes are less harmful than they used to be, research has shown that the chemicals in hair dyes pose a great risk to the developing fetus.
Regardless of the hair dye used (permanent, semi-permanent or herbal), it contains intense chemicals that we do not know.
It crosses the placenta and reaches the baby.
In another research, it is said that in the first three months of pregnancy, hair dye will be absorbed through the skin and enter the mother's circulation and reach the placenta from the mother's blood. Likewise, it is seen that these chemicals cause great damage in respiration due to the fact that they are volatile vapors. Especially those who work at the hairdresser while pregnant are at great risk.
For these reasons, dyeing hair during pregnancy can be dangerous and risky. But if your hair is white and you want to dye it, there are some things you need to pay attention to.
Things to consider when dyeing hair during pregnancy.
- In the first three months of pregnancy, the baby's organs are formed, so hair dyes and other chemicals should be avoided in the first three months.
- When dyeing hair, it must be done outdoors or in a well-ventilated place.
- Hair dye should not be kept on the hair for too long.
- After the hair is dyed, it should be washed very well with plenty of water.
- Hair dye with less chemicals should be preferred, semi-permanent dyes or herbal dyes should be used.