Toluene is a petrochemical or lab-produced solvent used in air fresheners, sex toys, and in personal care products like nail polish, nail treatments, and hair dyes. Toluene is also found in ambient air in salons from the use of hair and nail treatments, and in homes, workplaces, and cars as a result of air freshener use. Toluene is also an environmental pollutant. (more…)
As a journalist covering health and the environment, Ronnie Citron-Fink knew something wasn’t right with all of the unpronounceable chemical names on the back of her box of hair dye. So she started asking questions and digging into the answers. And after 25 years of coloring, Ronnie gave up hair dye.
Conventional hair dye is made with harmful chemicals that are put directly on the scalp each time hair is dyed, either at home or in the salon. Salon workers are even more exposed to these chemicals – potentially to carcinogenic levels of harm – as they may perform multiple hair dying sessions in a day. (more…)
Many women (and men) head to the salon every month or color their locks at home every few weeks. But hair dye contains many egregiously toxic chemicals, and there just aren’t many healthy alternatives on the market. (more…)
Hairprint just became the first and only hair coloring product to be MADE SAFE™certified. Why is this huge? Well, if you’ve been looking for a nontoxic hair coloring option, you might have noticed that the pickings are slim. (more…)
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