If I use a just for men hair color every 6 to 8 weeks, will this damage my hair? A hair doctor has advised me it will not. Thank you.
UPDATE: PLEASE READ CAREFULLYI received this comment on this article from someone who has had first hand experience of hair loss caused by hair die. Everybody please read this.
I am so frustrated with all the many “hair loss experts” saying absolutely not or an emphatic “NO” when asked if hair color is related to hair loss. After 4 excruciating years of losing my hair, a team of doctors – an internist, an endocrinologist, a dermatologist, teamed with a chemist and a seasoned Cosmotology instructor from a reputable Hair school it was determined that YES INDEED, it was the hair color making my hair fall out. More specifically, the volumizer in the hair color product was THE ONE & ONLY CULPRIT to my hair loss. The chemical travelled up through the hair shaft, under the surface, killing the hair follicle beneath the scalp. Because I was hard pressed to find any mention of hair color being the culprit, I continued to color my hair. I also continued to have vials of blood drawn on a regular basis because all the “hair loss experts” said “it’s definetely not the hair color, it’s your thyroid…” or “…it’s stress” , “must be an auto-immune defeciancy”, “…it’s hormonal” or just my bad luck. Had ONE of the so-called professionals been somewhat open minded and considered “hey, it might be hair color”, I might have been spared a couple of the four years of misery I experienced. I wish I could get the word out that hair loss can be caused by a number of factors, one of which IS HAIR COLOR so cease everything until you are certain what is making your hair fall out!Rebecca Thank you so much Rebecca for sharing this with us. Although your case is a rare one it is something that is well worth reading and carefully thinking about. This is great advice. I hope everyone reads this and pays careful attention to it. If you are suffering from hair loss and you use hair dye, cease using the hair dye to see if your hair loss improves. It’s a simple step but may save your hair.