Are you allowed to bleach your hair when pregnant?

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. Some studies have found that very high doses of the chemicals in hair dyes may cause harm.

Can I bleach my hair when I am pregnant?

It should be fine to bleach your body hair during pregnancy. There’s no evidence that using bleaching products will harm your unborn baby. Hair bleaching products contain dilute hydrogen peroxide mixed with ammonium hydroxide.

Can bleaching hair cause miscarriage?

If you’re a hair stylist, it’s difficult to limit chemical exposure. But since too much exposure to bleach and toxic hair treatments can increase your risk for a miscarriage, you must use extra care when applying hair chemicals.

Can bleach cause birth defects?

Bleach is a common cleaner that most of us have used at one point or another. The active ingredient is sodium hypochlorite, a form of chlorine. Chlorine and chlorinated disinfectants have not been shown to increase the risk of birth defects.

What happens if you smell bleach while pregnant?

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Bleach, oven cleaners, and other cleaning agents can harm an unborn baby. You should limit your use of these chemicals and take protective measures when you use them. Until your baby is born, you might want to consider having someone else takeover any house cleaning that requires toxic substances.

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What happens if you inhale chemicals while pregnant?

If you inhale (breathe in) solvents, you risk liver, kidney and brain damage and even death. During pregnancy, exposure to (coming in contact with) solvents, especially if you work with them, may cause problems for you and your baby, including: Miscarriage.

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