A new study carried out by Procter & Gamble with University Trier and the University of Groningen has found that individuals who are allergic to para-phenylenediamine (PPD) in hair dyes, better tolerate one of the manufacturer’s own derivatives; although...
Allergic reactions to hair dyes are reaching new heights as more
and more young people become preoccupied with altering their
outward appearance, according to a recent study by the British
Medical Journal this week.
A new French study throws further evidence on the fact that
individuals in regular contact with hair dyes formulated before
1980 - particularly hair care professionals - have a higher risk of
developing lymphoma, reports Simon Pitman.
Hair dye - previously associated with arthritis, foetal damage and
bladder cancer - has once again been placed under the spotlight.
This time a new study asserts that dye formulation has been found
to increase the risk of non-Hodgkin...