E53. Do your hair products have harmful chemicals that are unlabeled? (REVIEW)

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In this episode, I break down endocrine disruptors and why we should avoid them for optimal health. I talk about the best practices for avoiding harmful chemicals in hair products.

Here is a list of chemicals to avoid although they may not actually be listed on the product ingredients list.

A trusted hair care company - Curl Mix

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Show sources:

Measurement of endocrine disrupting and asthma-associated chemicals in hair products used by Black women by Jessica S. Helma, Marcia Nishiok, Julia Green Brody, Ruthann A. Rudel, Robin E. Dodson

Endocrine Disruption by Mixtures in Topical Consumer Products by Emiliano Ripamonti *, Elena Allifranchini, Stefano Todeschi and Elena Bocchietto

*Note* I am not an expert in this field. All literature interpretations are from my perspective and do not always reflect the intention of the authors.

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