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your chances of developing cancer. This is what I read in Health magazine. I do color my hair and there have been "some" studies suggest that certain colors can increase your risk.

It just makes sense to me, by putting continuous color on your hair via shampoo would not be a a good idea.

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Thanks for the info, texasdarlin. I no longer color my hair, I used to do highlights for fun, but when I get older and start to really gray, I sure hope they come up with some healthier alternatives.

I also noticed that you're new and I haven't welcomed you yet..Welcome to Mut!



Originally Posted by texasdarlin your chances of developing cancer. This is what I read in Health magazine. I do color my hair and there have been "some" studies suggest that certain colors can increase your risk.
It just makes sense to me, by putting continuous color on your hair via shampoo would not be a a good idea.

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Really? I always thought it was gentler than using the regular coloring chemicals. Is it any particular chemical, brand or just coloring shampoos in general?

 
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Thanks Nicole


Why, why do companies have to use so many chemicals? Even Aveda tries to push their natural products. Just because they add a smidgen of rosemary does not make their product natural..BALONEY!

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Originally Posted by texasdarlin suzukigrrl,
It said any shampoo with depositing color added.


Renee

Do you by any chance have a link to the article or to any of the studies?
 

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