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In Brief: Lead acetate in hair colors

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Lead acetate in hair colors: American Beauty Association manufacturer members "report that they do not produce or market hair color products for professional, in-salon services that contain lead acetate," the salon professionals trade group said Feb. 14. ABA's comments respond to a study published in the January/February issue of the Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association recommending that pharmacists "urge that hair coloring agents containing lead acetate be removed from the shelves of stores" based on a "high potential for hand-to-mouth transfer" of the ingredient ("The Rose Sheet" Feb. 10, p. 1). ABA members include Aveda, Clairol Professional, John Paul Mitchell Systems, L'Oreal Professional, Revlon Professional, Matrix Essentials, Redmond Products, Soft Sheen Products, Wella and Nexxus...
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