Hair dying and breast feeding

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Women are often skeptical about using beauty products or going to the salon for a hair dye, coloring their hair or perming while they are pregnant or breastfeeding their baby. The usage of the chemicals, acids, and other elements pose a concern, and most parents want to know whether hair treatments can endanger their breastfeeding baby. But, before we talk about hair treatments while you are breastfeeding, here are some of the most commonly available hair treatments:.

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Pregnancy and childbirth often leave women with little time to dedicate to their physical appearance. Therefore, we want to explain the precautions that you should keep in mind. Most contain ammoniumwhich is a dangerous chemical.

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Kung gusto mong basahin ang nakasulat dito sa Tagalog, mag-click lamang dito. A hair treatment, from coloring to perm, can deliver a major self-esteem boost for a new mom who is adjusting to her new body. But a breastfeeding mom worry that unsafe chemicals will seep into the breast milk.

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Nursing mothers have many questions about the safety of various things during lactation. There is no evidence that nipple piercing or other body piercing affects breastfeeding. Some professional piercers recommend against getting a new nipple piercing while breastfeeding. Be sure to observe safety procedures and choose a reputable piercer, to help protect against diseases such as hepatitis and HIV.

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Give parenting tips or share your baby's photographs. Many women are dissuaded from getting hair and beauty treatments done during pregnancy and initial days of childbirth. Toxic fumes erupting from chemicals and hair dyes is the major concern.

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If you are wondering if hair dye for breastfeeding moms is safe for the health of the baby, then you are not alone. With processes like hair colouring or perming that heavily use chemicals, it is natural to wonder if these chemicals will find a way into the system of your baby. Spending a day at the salon to pamper yourself is one of the best ways to relax and rejuvenate.

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Back to Pregnancy. The chemicals in permanent and semi-permanent hair dyes are not highly toxic. Most research, although limited, shows it's safe to colour your hair while pregnant.

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Whether you decided to let your color go natural during pregnancy or kept up with a version of your usual hair color regimen, you may want to reevaluate your decision once your baby's born, if you're a breastfeeding mom. Though your actions don't have the immediate impact on your baby's development during breastfeeding that they do during pregnancy, most moms still worry about how their habits can affect their babies. There's not much research into the effects of hair color use during pregnancy or breastfeeding, but coloring your hair when you're breastfeeding is probably safe because the chemicals used to color your hair don't enter your milk supply, explains Jennifer Peddlesen, a pharmacist and lactation consultant in Calgary, in "Today's Parent" magazine. Coloring your hair when you're breastfeeding is safe because the chemicals used for hair color and highlights aren't absorbed by your scalp, explains Heather Jacobson, a licensed cosmetologist from Asheville, North Carolina.

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I'm not a stylist but my guess would that you could still color your hair but you may want to use foils to keep as little as dye as possible from getting on your scalp. I plan on doing the same thing because I'm dying to have my pink hair back and my hair is naturally dark as well so I understand the whole bleaching thing. My best friend owns her own hair salon and has assured me it's safe to dye my hair while pregnant and breastfeeding.

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Hair treatments. Hair treatments include hair colouring, hair curling permshair bleaching and hair straightening relaxers agents. Information about having hair treatments while breastfeeding is limited.

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