Is it possible to dye hair nursing?

Vera Shiryaeva
Vera Shiryaeva
October 15, 2014
Is it possible to dye hair nursing?

It is known that many paints contain chemicals that can provoke the development of an allergic reaction; therefore, women often wonder if it is possible for a pregnant woman to dye her hair, nails and face. After giving birth, one wants to be beautiful, but this desire cannot prevail over the fear of harming the child. Therefore, it is imperative to know whether it is possible to dye hair when breastfeeding. Experts believe that it is possible, if you observe during the procedure all the necessary precautions.

Some tips and precautions

To minimize existing risks, you must:

  1. Apply paint in such a way that it does not fall on the hair roots. It is better to use special hard brushes during dyeing. It is advisable to process small strands with them and twist them into pieces of foil. Then the chemicals do not exactly fall on the skin, are not absorbed into it, which means they will not be in the blood either.
  2. The most dangerous is ammonia, which is contained in the compositions of modern paints.It evaporates during the application of the dye to the hair, and its vapors enter the lungs. This moment is very dangerous, so it makes sense to choose paints without ammonia. Moreover, they are in any case less harmful to the hair.
  3. For those who doubt and do not know whether nursing mothers can dye their hair, experts recommend using natural remedies, henna and basma. They are completely harmless, good for the skin, which means you can find a compromise between the desire to be beautiful and not harm your child.

Having chosen the usual means, do not save, purchase high-quality paints, go to a professional master, after dyeing take a long walk down the street in the fresh air, before feeding one batch of breast milk, strain and pour out, then you will be able to reduce all existing risks to zero.