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Does dyeing your hair really cause cancer? The answer is - the question is unreasonable without the premise of applying frequency and composition! In fact, the causes of cancer are more complicated, and there is no large-scale scientific research to confirm that hair dyeing has a certain relationship with cancer. For a long time, when we discuss whether hair dyes cause cancer, we conduct scientific research from the perspective of p-phenylenediamine. Some believe that long-term use of hair dyes containing p-phenylenediamine can increase the risk of cancer.

However, "p-phenylenediamine" is not all hair dyes, just like the edible soda ash in steamed buns. If you choose to eat soda ash immediately, it will undoubtedly cause damage to the stomach, but as an additive in steamed bread, it is not easy to have negative effects on the human body. In addition, the UK, EU countries and other countries also have strict restrictions on the concentration of "p-phenylenediamine" in hair dye products, the maximum consumption is 6%, and it cannot be used for tattoos, intradermal applications and eyelash coloring.

The International Cancer Research Organization (IARC) believes that there is not enough direct evidence to prove that customer hair dyes cause cancer. However, although clinical epidemiological data have not confirmed that hair dyes are carcinogenic, hair dyes are indeed harmful to the body. Allergies: Hair dyes are likely to cause atopic dermatitis and allergies.

At the very least, the scalp can be itchy, swollen, oozing, and at worst maculopapular, small blisters, or even loosened and atrophied. You can do a skin test before dyeing your hair, drop the hair dye product on the inside of your wrist, and wait for it to dry. If there is swelling and itching, it cannot be used. Severe hair loss: People who regularly use hair dye are more likely to suffer from severe hair loss.

This is because of the compounds in the hair and hair follicles in the dye, which can cause inflammation of the scalp, and over time, the hair follicles can shrink, leading to severe hair loss. While this is uncommon, be careful and try to use a reliable hair dye, which is much safer. Metal poisoning: In order to better save costs, some hair salons choose to buy some very cheap but actually strong hair dyes.

This kind of hair dye usually contains many heavy metal elements. When they enter the body through hair follicles, it is likely to cause metal poisoning. Long-term use can damage the functions of human organs, such as liver and kidney function.

Hair damage: During the entire hair dyeing process, some ingredients in the hair dye will stretch the hair scales on the surface of the hair to help the dye color. However, if the hair dye is used for a long time, the hair may become thinner and more sensitive, which is not only easy to damage, but also continues to become darker and darker. So, how do you minimize the damage without helping your hair color? Prevention of frequent hair dyeing: no more than continuation of hair dyeing per year, and no more than 2 hair dyeing times per year.

Prevention of permanent hair dye: 1-2 days after hair dyeing, it becomes semi-permanent and fades after 2 weeks. It is permanent hair dye. The longer the color of permanent hair dye, the more toxic substances it contains, and the greater the harm to the body. Grasp the correct hair dyeing posture: the hair dye should be at least 1-2 cm away from the hair. Instead of touching the skin, rub glycerin or moisturizing lotion on the hairline and behind the ears to prevent hair dye from sticking to the skin and causing damage.

Pay attention to medical care after dyeing hair: After dyeing hair, clean it thoroughly several times to remove all unnecessary hair dyeing chemicals. During the whole cleaning process, do not grab the hair hard to avoid scratching and causing sensation. The choice of hair dye is very important: be sure to buy products that meet the national industry standards to prevent the use of fake and shoddy products. Hair dye processing only needs to comply with national industry standards, be properly applied as required, or be relatively safe.

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