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9171934 tn?1405183632 While there's no proof that the chemicals in hair bleach --like peroxide or ammonia --cause birth defects, miscarriages, or any other complications, there are also no reliable studies that prove that bleaching your body hair is totally safe. Since it's likely that these chemicals will be absorbed through the skin and can reach your baby, it's best to avoid using them --especially in the first trimester, when much of your baby's crucial development is taking place.
1123156 tn?1338866969 my mom went premature a lil early and im YOUNG too young for this LOL. Do you think it's safe to use ammonia free hair dye such as clairol natural instincts??
4540912 tn?1379634047 I'll be 13 weeks on Tuesday and I really wanna go blonde! Is it safe to bleach it ?
1391695 tn?1298143389 I would think that the worst part of using ammonia and chemicals would be the problem that we have with our skin being so dry it would burn like crazy. Heck sometimes it burns the hell out of my head when I'm NOT on tx.
Avatar m tn I don't know what happens if lye and bleach meet but I do know that ammonia and bleach can kill you, I forget what they make when they meet but it is a very toxic gas/vapor.
Avatar n tn i just filled the sink with hot water and added ajax soap and a cap full of bleach. (maybe more like 2 caps.) the dry peeling skin just rubbed off after a good 5 mins of soaking. my friend says it started happening to him a year ago. now he can't touch a fish without peeling. so he sticks to wearing gloves. still no problems yet after eating them for him. bleach works for him as well.
Avatar n tn Hi For several months I have been getting this weird sensation that my skin is crawling. This happens just behind my right shoulder blade in exactly the same place every time. It generally happens for no reason that I can fathom. It is a sort of itching sensation and then a sensation that there is something crawling under my skin. When I rub it with my fingers it disappears for a while but inevitably it returns within a few minutes. There is no pain involved.
Avatar f tn The chemical reaction between bleach and urine is very dangerous and can cause 3rd degree burns if it comes in contact with your skin and it's also toxic to breathe
Avatar m tn I posted this info before, but it was a reply to someone else's similar post... I am a 23 year old healthy male. I recently had a full physical and the results were that I am in above average health. I have no diseases, do not use drugs, but drink on occasion. Anyways, just started noticing these strange symptoms, within the past few weeks. Nothing "brought it on" so to speak that I can tell of.
Avatar n tn I've tried every over the counter product. I've tried ammonia. I've tried straight up alcohol. I've tried bleach. Nothing seems to help. I've also tried doxycyline. Please help me! I'm 44 years old, and it's driving me crazy. I can't go out in the sun, as I have past history of melanoma. Humidity makes it even worse!
Avatar n tn There is so little of the ingredients used to dye or bleach hair absorbed into the skin it is of no concern. The main concern is if the product used has ammonia in it as it might lead to fume inhalation which could make you sick. After the 2nd trimester it is considered safe to get your hair done. If you work as a cosmetologist you may need to wear a mask in the first trimester to avoid getting sick from fumes.
Avatar m tn Hammer) does work to get these things under control...for most part! In laundry, bleach/borax/ammonia works the best! I think Long dryer cycles is what kills them, not hot water...although, I do let wash SOAK atleast couple hours-overnight! What do you use?? What works for you? I froze my bed over winter bc it was worst in the bed! I brought it in and laid on it within 5mins I swear crawling&covered w/these things again&again! Wth cud survive a deep freeze for 3+months in freaken WI????
Avatar f tn ) the only thing I think they say is don't use bleach cause your skin is more sensitive while pregnant
Avatar f tn ) colr doesnt really have that much chemicals.
9310208 tn?1410862885 I use dishsoap on counters, vinegar water and dshsoap mixture on floors, water alone on mirrors, green or natural toilet bowl cleaner that has low odor, and antibacterial cleaning wipes that I wear gloves with in the bathroom that don't smell too strong. Vinegar on counter and cutting board when sanitizing. Vinegar and baking soda paste mixture in oven and let it sit before scrubbing. I never have used many chemicals to clean (except the bathroom). I felt it was still pretty sanitary.
Avatar f tn While there's no proof that the chemicals in hair bleach -- like peroxide or ammonia -- cause birth defects, miscarriages, or any other complications, there are also no reliable studies that prove that bleaching your body hair is totally safe. Since it's likely that these chemicals will be absorbed through the skin and can reach your baby, it's best to avoid using them -- especially in the first trimester, when much of your baby's crucial development is taking place.
Avatar f tn As long as it doesn't have ammonia it would be fine. Like bleach and perms. Hair dye now a days are ammonia free.
Avatar f tn I'd never wash lingerie in bleach or ammonia...you could also get a rash from those if you have sensitive skin.
2021910 tn?1339900286 black dyes are actually better than blomdes that habe bleach and sometimes ammonia which can cause deadly gases believe it or not (in large amounts not what you would find in hair dye) and u can use one of the more natural ones if your scared.. but its not absprbed into your skin only a small trace amount amd we eat dye in our food all the time.
Avatar f tn You shouldn't go blonde because most times that's bleach or ammonia. Things you shouldn't be using. Don't go and buy a box for the store. Get it professionally done.
Avatar n tn Highlights are ok but a full bleach is a lot of chemicals to soak into your skin. Also, I would wait till your third trimester when everything is almost fully developed. Just to be safe.
Avatar f tn I did mine in my second trimester and I only used ammonia free hair dye most brands have ammonia free hair dye
Avatar f tn Im 25 weeks and i dyed my hair brown when i found out i was pregnant so i didnt have to fix my roots but im so unhealthy looking and i want to dye my hair back to my original color so it makes my skin look brighter but i dont want to dye it if it will hurt my little girl
338963 tn?1253664422 I know that there came a point in my pregnancy at the beginning and at the end that the very SMELL of ammonia or bleach made me vomit. So I just stopped cleaning and made my hubby do it!
Avatar m tn Small amounts of organochlorines are also formed whenever chlorine bleach is used. Household bleach is the most common cleaner accidentally swallowed by children. http://www.annlouiseforum.com/fat-flush-support/15518-disturbed-about-clorox-bleach-recommendations.
Avatar m tn I cleaned the entire apartment with bleach, and am keeping my little guy isolated in the bathroom. I clean the surfaces in the bathroom every day with a mild ammonia solution and lysol. My question is: how long until I can safely (for me- I don't want to get the worm!) let kitten run around again? I've heard so many different answers this question. Some say 48 hours, some say a week. The longest I've heard is 2 months, but I don't think I can in good conscience keep him locked up that long!
Avatar f tn This is baby #3 for me and I found with my other two that brand really does make a difference. Its always good to check and see which brands use chlorine and bleach in their products because they both react really poorly with ammonia your little one puts out in theor urine. If you can afford it, I suggest an organic brand, but pampers and luvs both use minimal chemicals in their diaper production if you need a more cost concious alternative.
14869466 tn?1447442617 Ive sanitised the room with bleach, ammonia, and disinfectant. They came on a mattress that my aunt just gave me. But I'll be sure to mention this to my Dr at my appointment Thursday. Thank you...
Avatar f tn If you use a semi permanent colour rather than a permanent colour than you will be fine and you have nothing to worry about, just steer clear from permanent colouring and ones with ammonia in them, semi permanent dont have as many chemicals in them and dont soak into your skin (I have asked my dr and a hairdresser)