Over the next two years, consumers will use hair colour to express individuality as mask-wearing becomes the new normal in a post-COVID world, propelling a raft of opportunities in DIY hair treatment and dye kits, says WGSN.
UK health and beauty retailer Superdrug has reported a significant uplift in DIY hair colour kits and self-care facial masks and body creams during coronavirus lockdown, signalling continued consumer interest in looking and feeling good, it says.
The European Commission’s Scientific Committee for Consumer Safety (SCCS) has finalised safety opinions on Indigofera tinctorial for non-oxidative conditioning hair dyes, aluminium for antiperspirants and cosmetics and zinc pyrithione (ZPT) for anti-dandruff...
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...
The EU Commission has announced it will amend Annex III to Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council on cosmetic products, in a move that sees a number of hair dye ingredients and one eyelash ingredient added to the list...
The European Commission’s Scientific Committee for Consumer Safety (SCCS) has opened public consultations for oxidative hair dye substances, pigment red 57 and hydrogen peroxide used in eyelash colourants.
On the back of recent allergic reactions some consumers have had to hair dye, the European Commission has imposed stronger additional warnings to inform consumers of the possible adverse effects of hair colouring.
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...