Having your hair colored is becoming increasingly popular, and many people of both sexes are getting in on the trend. You may encounter women whose hair is dyed bright colors like red and gold. When used frequently, the chemicals used in hair dye can have a devastating effect on the hair’s natural texture. Using chemical hair dyes on a regular basis is not recommended, and WebMD explains why.
According to WebMD, the chemicals in hair dyes, such as hydrogen peroxide, can change the color of hair all the way through to the cortex. Using the wrong hair care products can damage your locks and even alter their natural color.
Inexplicably, there are ladies out there who feel the need to experiment with hair color by dying it gold, brown, and every other hue imaginable.
These hair colors range from relatively safe to severely harmful. There is no need to subject your natural hair to chemical dyes when you may simply switch to a wig of a different hue. Rather than risking damage to your natural hair color by dying it yellow, you could just wear a wig.
Excessive use of hair dye is not recommended because it can expose you to carcinogenic chemicals. It’s dangerous to use a hair dye that won’t wash out with shampoo or conditioner. A higher risk of developing cancer is associated with this.
When you use these hair dyes, the chemicals in them are absorbed by your scalp and may even enter your bloodstream.
If you’re a woman, this is especially perilous because it has been shown to disrupt your hormone levels; an imbalance in your hormones has been related to an increased risk of breast cancer. Women who use hair dye, particularly permanent colours, are at a higher risk of developing breast cancer.
Hair colors can leave a chemical smell in your lungs if you use them frequently.
Hairstylists, due to their line of work, are at a higher risk of developing cancer, specifically bladder cancer, due to their prolonged exposure to hair dyes.
Darker hair dyes include more toxic chemicals and may raise the chance of developing blood cancer. Dyeing your hair with a plant-based product is the safest option. You may not notice as dramatic a change in hair color when using plant-based colors as you would when using chemical dyes.
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