It's estimated that nearly 1/3 of women and 1/10 of men dye their hair on a regular basis (every 3-6 weeks). Ingredients in hair dye have been linked to a host of medical conditions, including breast cancer, bladder cancer, infertility, and respiratory issues.
...AmmoniaAmmonia is a corrosive chemical, and a classified carcinogen by the WHO and United States’ Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). It’s commonly used in hair color as a pH changer that blows the cuticle open in order for the pigment to penetrate the hair.
Ammonia has been linked to upper respiratory issues, skin and eye irritation, and in some studies, lung cancer. It’s suggested that around 20% of hair stylists will have to leave the industry at some point due to health issues associated with their occupation.
With all of this in mind – you must be wondering – What’s the alternative?
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