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Organic Hair Relaxer
Can't be sure what..: Because roaccutane's ingredient has been reported to cause hair loss or other hair problems in a few people using the medication, one can't be sure what will happen if one uses a hair relaxer product. Maybe nothing unusual will happen, but can't be sure about it. So, it becomes a "risk/benefit" question... And the choice is up to the patient. ...Read more
I recently gave my 10yr old a hair relaxer and 2days later she has a lump on her scalp the size of a nickel. Whst could this be an allergic reaction?
Head lump: There are several possibilities here. Yes, one of them is that it could be an allergic reaction. It could also be an irritant dermatitis, where she is not actually allergic to the relaxer, but the chemicals were too strong for her skin and the scalp was irritated. It could be a folliculitis where the hair follicles became infected. Of it could be a swollen lymph node from irritation or infection. ...Read more
Not recommended: So soon after the relaxer. Both are chemicals that weaken the chemical bonds and support protein of your hair shafts. You may see early breakage or weaker hair with the second chemical treatment so soon after the first. Hair breakage, hair thinning, lack of hair growth, scalp irritation, scalp damage, hair loss are common complaints after chemical treated hair. ...Read more
I permanently straightened my hair with a relaxer and now it's dry. Should I wet it and apply product to hold in moisture? Or do something else?
Hair issue: ChastityM643 ~ the best person to ask is a hairdresser who specialises in this. However, there are special products you can buy OTC to put on hair after straightening, so the answer is yes, but consult a specialist hairdresser to ask which one thanks ...Read more
I accidentally sniffed leftover extra strength relaxer for hair. The chemicals burned my nose. I have a slight headache. Should I be worried?
Yes: It is safe for the pregnancy as long as you have it done in a well ventilated area. But using chemical products in pregnancy can damage your hair more than if not pregnant. Having said that, many women have used these products safely without any significant hair damage. The baby will be happy you look so good momma, . ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it safe to put a perm(relaxer) in my hair in my third trimester of pregnancy im 35 weeks... And eyelash extensions....
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