California-based hair care company Brazilian Blowout has defended its hair smoothing treatment, following a study by a university professor which appeared to show the product fell below Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) exposure limits...
The first independent study of four hair straightening products conducted by scientific consulting firm ChemRisk has found that three of the treatments in the sample contained more formaldehyde than was claimed on the label.
GIB, the company which operates as Brazilian Blowout, has filed a lawsuit against Oregan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), accusing the agency of reporting false and misleading test results about its hair smoothing treatment.
Health Canada is warning consumers not to use Sesa Hair Supplement
capsules, a product designed to treat hair loss, after it was found
to be contaminated with unacceptable levels of lead, causing
potential serious adverse effects,...