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but the increase has caused the relaxer segment to decline in sales," said Tonya Roberts, multicultural analyst at Mintel.
There are interesting implications here for the mega brands whose sales are mainly in the chemical relaxer category.
Pulling hair into tight ponytails or braids, using hot rollers, curling irons, or straightening irons and applying chemical relaxers can all lead to structural damage of the hair shaft as well as thermal and chemical damage to the skin of the scalp," the Telegraph quoted Dr Josephine Quintanilla-Dieck, who led the research, as saying.
But based on 574 cases of newly diagnosed diagnosed breast cancer observed during the study's follow-up period, researchers found no connection between the use of hair relaxers and breast cancer incidence.
By law, furniture has to be able to resist flames for two minutes, but the metal-framed garden relaxer sold at the Co-op store caught fire within 12 seconds and had to be put out manually when it continued burning.
It currently manufactures more than 70 products under five principal brand names, including the very popular Dark & Lovely line of hair coloring products and relaxers.
com/research/a8c47b/perms_and_relaxers) has announced the addition of the "Perms and Relaxers in the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) Countries Market Overview and Forecasts to 2014" report to their offering.
Ethnic Product/Relaxer Formulation: New Technological Approach will cover many topics, including relaxer definition, relaxers then and now, chemistry of actives in relaxers, keratin straightening products.
Laker notes: Brian Grant sat out practice Friday but said his sore neck felt better after taking anti-inflammatories and muscle relaxers.
Finatoys Ltd was fined pounds 2,000 with pounds 3,959 costs after its managing director Frederick Townsend admitted breaching the Furniture and Fire Regulations by providing foam for garden relaxers that failed fire tests.
When Herdie Booth saw the ads for Rio, an all-natural hair straightening product, she thought it would be a good alternative to the harsh chemicals of regular relaxers.
Contains information on 5 categories: Conditioner, Hair colorants, Perms & relaxers, Shampoo and Styling agents