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Common Hair Dye Chemical Can React With Air to Cause Cancer, Green Chemicals PLC Reveals


2/21/2013 7:57:48 AM

Hair dyes used by millions of women contain chemicals linked to cancer, British scientists have warned. They say that both home hair colouring kits and the dyes used at expensive salons pose a potential risk to health. Writing in a respected scientific journal, they say chemicals in permanent hair dyes can react with tobacco smoke and other pollutants in the air to form one of the most powerful cancer-causing compounds known to man.

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