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Study finds benzene in many dry shampoos

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An independent laboratory and healthcare research group found elevated levels of the cancer-causing chemical benzene in the majority of tested samples from several dry shampoo brands.
Published 3 months ago · New York, United States

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Independent lab finds 'troubling' levels of cancer-causing chemical in more types of dry shampoo products, report alleges

High levels of benzene, a cancer-causing chemical, have been detected in more brands and batches of dry shampoo products, according to a new report from Valisure, an independent laboratory.

3 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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They find “worrying” levels of carcinogenic chemicals in more dry shampoos

The Valisure laboratory conducted an independent report in which it found that 70% of the dry shampoo samples showed “quantifiable” levels of benzene, a carcinogenic chemical.

3 months ago·Atlanta, United States
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Cancer-causing toxin found in dry shampoos still on store shelves, study shows

Benzene levels found in dry shampoos are significantly higher than what was found earlier in sunscreens and hand sanitizers, according to a study from Valisure.

3 months ago·New Delhi, India
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Dry shampoos containing benzene remain on store shelves, study finds

Spray-on products including Not Your Mother's and Church & Dwight's Batiste found to contain cancer-causing chemical.

3 months ago·New York, United States
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How benzene in dry shampoo and deodorants causes skin rashes and cancer

‘Junk the dry shampoo for good. Till there is an ideal alternative for perfume and deodorant cans, spray them on your clothes and air dry before putting them on. If you have body odour issues, then use anti-fungal powders,’ says Dr Deepti Rana, Senior Consultant, Dermatology, Max Multi-Speciality Hospital, Panchsheel Park.

3 months ago·India
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They find “worrying” levels of carcinogenic chemicals in more dry shampoos

Sofía Benavides(CNN) — Altos niveles de benceno, una sustancia química que causa cáncer, fueron detectados en más marcas y lotes de productos de champú seco, según un nuevo informe de Valisure, un laboratorio independiente.El mes pasado, ciertos champús secos en aerosol, incluidos algunos productos de Dove, Nexxus, Suave, TIGI y TRESemmé, fueron retirados voluntariamente debido a la posible presencia de benceno.Este lunes, Valisure envió una pet…

3 months ago·Colorado Springs, United States
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