Can You Dye Your Hair While Menstruating?
Afternoon, can we dye our hair during menstruation? He said if we dye our hair during our head period it will be like burning?
Thank you for the question.
In the medical realm, there is no absolute prohibition on coloring hair during menstruation. This action is also not directly related to the burning sensation in the head as you are worried.
However, before deciding you want to dye your hair, you need to pay attention, so you do not let the hair dye product that you use cause allergies or irritation due to the content of substances in it. These allergies and irritations can later be dangerous, because they can make skin redness, swelling, pain, itching, heat (this may be referred to as burning), blisters, peeling, scaly, thickening, even runny or festering. Complaints due to allergies and irritation can occur limited to the area of the head in contact with hair dye, but can also spread to other parts of the head. If it's like this, of course the handling will be more difficult to do.
So, it's good, before deciding you want to dye your hair, you should carefully examine what the ingredients in the dye that you want to use. If necessary, try applying a little of the hair dye you want to use on your skin. In this way, you can observe the possibility of you experiencing allergies or irritation due to the use of hair dyes. If symptoms of allergies or severe irritation occur after skin contact with the hair dye, you should not use the hair dye, and check it directly to the doctor or dermatologist nearby.
Hope this helps ...