Most doctors say no because they really don't know how it will affect the baby. But a lot of women do and have normal babies. Ask your doctor and go with what they tell you.
I used an out of the box dye on my hair after I had been pregnant for about 2 months(I didnt know I was pregnant). My baby is healthy in my 8th month of pregnancy, so i guess there was no damage done. Though, it is not recommended and considered to be risky. Highlights as opposed to "all over color" are much less of a risk for the baby.
I really have not seen any good studies on this matter. However, after talking to my doctor, as well as a few hair dressers, I have come to my own conclusion. I personally dont think you can do any harm to your child. Just do everything you can to keep the room very well ventilated.As well, try to avoid black shades. Apparently they are not healthy for anyone to be using, and should really be avoided in this situation. It's also best if you have someone dye your hair for you while you sit. I used to dye my own hair, but found keeping my arms above my head for too long made me dizzy. Either way, use your judgement. I personally had no problems during my pregnancy while using hair dye, and I doubt you would either.
It can be harmful to dye your hair when you're pregnant. I have done a lot of reading on this subject and I have talked with my own hairdresser about this subject while I was pregnant. Some of the chemicals that are used in the dying agents can be harmful to your unborn child. The same way certain household cleaners are. Not only that when your pregnant you lose a lot of vitamins including the zinc which keeps your hair from thinning. Your hair can become very damaged and brittle. If you notice your hair even loses some of its shine while your pregnant. You're also supposed to use minimal hair spray, gels and mousses that have alcohol in them due to the fumes. If you absolutely have to dye your hair get the dye with the fruit extracts in it. Use a mask if the smell is to bad and make sure you wash your hands when your finished. Unborn children are very sensitive towards anything you do plus you can damage your hair.
The jury is really out on this one. Some scientists believe by dying your hair often you are doing harm (that includes all women), but now they are saying only if you dye it a dark color. So who really knows. I would ask your doctor or phone the # on the package of dye and ask them. They will tell you the truth because they sure don't want to be sued. I really don't think it hurts the baby at all, but it's best to talk to a pro on this one.
I can answer this question with a fresh outlook on it, I just went to my prenatal doctors appointment today at the hospital, a Childrens hospital, and I dye my hair a honey blonde colour and my doctor said to me that if I use a peroxide aka bleach on my hair it will not affect the fetus, it is darker hair dyes such as box dyes that can be harmful and they say this because it is proven that darker shade boxed hair dyes contribute a chemical which can cause cancer of your blatter and when using these hair dyes when pregnant that same chemical can harm the fetus, however Bleach/Peroxide does not contain the same chemical and it is safe to use.
I dont't think the shade has anything to do with the effect. Bleach is not peroxide, peroxide is the secondary ingredient in both color and bleach that opens the cuticle and allows the color or bleach to penetrate the hair shaft. There are many different types of color and volumes of peroxide and i'm sure all would have differnet effect. As a personal rule of thumb I don't apply color or bleach onto the scalp of a pregnant woman. In some cases a pregnant woman's hair will resist color just as someone who is on medication's hair would due to hormonal changes.
I have been through 3 pregnancys and had my hair bleached all over throughout all pregnancys, i had 12% peroxide and blue bleach and it took brilliantly on my hair and has not harmed any of my children, im on my 4th pregnancy and just had my hair done again, it wont harm baby, some women just find the bleach does not take as well on there hair
I'm a perfectionist and my girlfriend is pregnant. Personally if I was her, I wouldn't use the hair dye. I know it's comforting to go online and search what other women say, and read that they've done it and their kids are fine. But I don't know, that's just not enough for me. There's always someone who's going to say that they do something and it's fine, but... How do you REALLY know? Of course your kid can come out normal, but scientifically I know nothing of any possible effects. What if my kid could have had more brain cells, a slightly stronger heart, slightly better hair, more whatever cells or whatever...? I have no idea in the slightest, so I just wouldn't feel comfortable doing it when I wouldn't know. I love my baby to be more than anything in the world, and I wouldn't be able to get myself to possibly take anything away from her.
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