Many keratin-based hair smoothing products contain formaldehyde dissolved (and chemically react) in water and other ingredients in the product. Because of the way the formaldehyde reacts in these products, some manufacturers, importers, or distributors might list other names for forma
Federal OSHA and State OSHA programs continue to investigate complaints from stylists and hair salon owners about exposure to formaldehyde while using hair smoothing products. OSHA has conducted air sampling at multiple salons and found formaldehyde in the air when stylists were using
Formaldehyde Levels Found in hair salons, hair smoothing and straightening products may contain or release a chemical, formaldehyde. In three salons, Federal OSHA found that stylists using either Brazilian Blowout Acai Professional Smoothing Solution or Cadiveu Brasil Cacau wer
Glutaraldehyde is widely used as a disinfectant for a variety of heat-sensitive instruments, such as endoscopes, bronchoscopes, and dialysis equipment. Health care employees may be exposed to glutaraldehyde in its uses as a hardener in x-ray development and as a tissue fixative in hi
Metallic mercury poses health risks from inhalation and skin exposure. Tubular or compact fluorescent bulbs contain small amounts of the metal mercury sealed inside. If florescent bulbs are broken, small amounts of mercury will be released into the environment. Proper cleanup will
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