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If i put food coloring in the hairspray will it still float on the water and not mix with the water?
This might be a: fun science experiment but it doesn't really fall under the realm of medicine. Take care. ...Read more
Depends on spray &..: Some hair sprays are more toxic than others so it depends on the spray. I consulted my neice Dafni Moon, a cosmetologist, who advises using a clarifying shampoo to remove build-up & an intensive moisturizer on the acidic side to tighten hair follicles to reduce absorption of toxins. She also advises minimizing heat like blow driers. Choose less toxic products- see https://tinyurl.com/n8kpggz ...Read more
Caution re: toxins: Good question. It is important to minimize exposure to environmental toxins at all times but esp. In pregnancy and many hair products contain toxins that could harm your baby. However, some of these products are relatively safe and non-toxic. Go to http://www.Ewg.Org/skindeep/ for a comprehensive data base on the safety of such products. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My hair is getting oily even after a day or two of washing it ?Continuation i wash it really good and i don't use hairspray or any hair products in it
Normal hair: Many people find that they have to wash their hair every day. You might actually be over-stimulating your scalp if you are washing harshly and frequently, increasing oil production. Use a shampoo for your hair type, and try not to touch your hair too much with your hands during the day. If your hair is straight, brushing it gently a few times a day can help. ...Read more
You should: That unwanted reaction can occur even at very low percent alcohol concentrations, and it’s in your best interest to avoid products contain alcohol, including the ones you mentioned. While taking this medication, it‘s very important to read ingredient labels. This webpage contains some good, helpful information: http://shsc.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Antabuse-Leaflet.pdf. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Baby skin is very sensitive. You don't want to put chemicals on a baby's skin, particularly when aerosolized as baby may inhale. Chemicals may be absorbed through skin. ...Read more
HairGrowth/HairLoss: Hair loss is not due to hair gel or spray, it is typically hereditary. Hair loss prevention is possible w/ today's effective medical treatments ; procedures. A detailed medical eval by a abhrs-certified specialist will reveal risk factors, triggers ; areas that are likely 2 respond to hair loss treatments. New topicals, orals, lasers, prp/stemcell, ; fue transplants are possible treatment options. ...Read more
Any advice? I have over-heard and been in so many conversations with friends about inhaling hairspray?
Am i hurting my hair if I am putting hairspray in it then a towel on it followed by a hat. And in the morning it is dry. I just have to brush it out.
You: Should not follow that routine, your hair will get very dry and brittle from chemicals in the spray.. ...Read more
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