During pregnancy, a woman may become more sensitive to smells.
Hey all the beautiful ladies out there BEWARE !!!! before stepping in the Salon always talk to your obstetrician about any color treatment you might be planning. Dr. Sonia Anandani , obstetrician suggests that once you’ve decided to continue coloring your hair throughout pregnancy, you have an in-depth consultation with a color expert about what the best option is for you.
“Try waiting through the first trimester to receive chemical services, but if you insist on coloring your hair, use Organic Color Systems which contains more natural, organic, safer ingredients that all other permanent hair colors”.Here’s the ultimate no-commitment option –Henna (mehendi), a hair mascara wand or a hair pencil. The results only last until your next shampoo, and they’re nontoxic.
During pregnancy, it is difficult to select a color line that is ammonia and bleach-free like Organic Color Systems. Dr. Sonia advises her pregnant patients to not breath chemical fumes from hair color or lighteners that contain ammonia as this could be harmful to the developing baby and should be avoided.
It is important during this delicate time to know exactly what is being put on, or in the body. By consulting with a physician, taking all recommended precautions, and by using Organic Color Systems and Organic Care Systems, pregnant clients and stylists won’t sacrifice their health, beauty, or the well being of the precious life growing inside of them.