Sebelum Hubby balik dari offshore tu la.
Sebab rambut adalah sangat menggerbang.
Maklum la ai kan omak beranak satu.
And ada budak opis dah tegur, nape aku telah menjadi kusut masai sekarang.
maka terus berasa kecik ati. haha.
Tu belum anak 2, 3 dan seterusnya kan.
Bukan setakat menggerbang, dah berguguran satu persatu jatuh ke bumi gaknya tuh.
Mula2 was-was jugak la nak buat sebab takut effect pada baby.
Sebab my baby is still fully breastfeed lagi.
Tapi bila pikir2 balik, kalau aku tak buat, memang berterbangan di awang-awangan la rambut aku ni kan. Lagipun time tu baby dah 5 bln so aku rasa dia dah agak kuat utk menepis serangan bahan kimia yg mak dia sibuk nak guna utk rambut ni kan.
Ye la, kalau aku tak buat kang laki aku balik rumah kang dia ingat pompuan mana pulak rambut cam singa ni kan.
So hari Isnin tu lepas hantar anak ke nursery, bergegas ke salon utk memperbaiki apa yg patut. Aku nak buat permanent wave sajer tapi dia gi buat half perm pulak.
Nasib baik ok gak.
So tak payah la aku sesusah nak sikat rambut tiap kali nak gi keje.
Tapi sebab aku malas nak letak minyak and my baby dok tarik-tarik rambut je tiap kali dukung maka rambut telah jadi menggerbang balik T_T
Hubby dah sengih2 cakap, 'tu Emir nak ingatkan mama suh pakai tudung la tu mama... haha T_T
something good is going to happen soon. insha'allah... ^_^
Are hair treatment chemicals dangerous during pregnancy?
Manufacturers frequently change formulas and many different chemicals are used in these processes. These chemicals are not generally evaluated for effects on pregnancy so limited data on use during pregnancy is available.
It is likely that only a small amount of any hair treatment chemicals are actually absorbed into a woman’s system through her skin. This minimal amount is not thought to be enough to create a problem for the baby. The fixation solution used during permanents may irritate the scalp but not affect other areas of the body and a minimal amount would be absorbed. The same would be true of chemicals used in the straightening process.
Are hair dyes safe during pregnancy?
According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), hair dyes are probably safe to use during pregnancy because so little dye is absorbed through the skin. However, it is still important to be cautious, therefore many health care providers recommend that pregnant women not use permanent hair dyes during the first three months.
While the absorption through the skin is minimal, the concern is that breathing fumes during the process could be harmful to the developing baby. Permanent hair dyes contain ammonia which has a strong chemical fume. The recommendation is to avoid hair dyes that contain ammonia. The chemical fume warning also applies to straightening products as well.
Semi-permanent dyes or a highlighting process may be considered safer for pregnant women. With highlights, the dye is enclosed in foil and won’t be absorbed into the skin. Vegetable dyes such as henna are also considered likely to be safe for coloring hair during pregnancy.
What precautions should I take when chemically treating my hair?
The following safety tips should be followed when chemically treating your hair:
• Consider waiting until the second trimester for hair dye, bleaching, permanents or straightening.
• Have the treatment completed in a well-ventilated area.
• Don’t leave the chemicals on your head any longer than necessary.
• Rinse your scalp thoroughly with water after treatment.
• Wear gloves when applying chemicals.
• Carefully follow directions on the product package.
• Do a patch test for allergic reactions before completing the process
• Never dye or bleach eyebrows or eyelashes. This could cause swelling or increase risk of infection in the eye area.
What if I work as a cosmetologist and am pregnant?
The risks during pregnancy come from working conditions, number of hours worked and exposure to the chemicals used in treating hair. Studies show that because of improved dye formulas and better working conditions, fewer risks are associated with this type of work.
Proper working conditions are important. These include working in a well-ventilated area, wearing protective gloves and not eating or drinking in the work area. These precautions reduce the exposure to hair treatment chemicals.
Is it safe to have hair treatments while I breastfeed?
It is unlikely that any chemicals would enter the breast milk because so little is absorbed through the skin.
Source --> http://www.americanpregnancy.org/isitsafe/hairtreatments.html