British scientists have recently discovered that some hair dyes used by millions of women have chemicals in them that have been linked to cancer. It does not matter whether you buy a hair dying kit yourself from the store or have it done at an expensive salon; when the dye comes in contact with tobacco smoke or other air pollutants it has the ability to become toxic.
Researchers say that one-third of women dye their hair and so do one in ten men. It was not difficult for researchers from the Leeds-based company, Green Chemicals, to discover this connection. They researched the chemicals in the hair dye and just by doing that they were able to determine the potentially fatal connections.
“They warn that chemicals called secondary a