Brazilian Blowout FDA Warning Brazilian Blowout Formaldehyde and Cancer

The FDA sent a warning letter to Brazilian Blowout on 22 August 2011 about the Brazilian Blowout hair treatment’s levels of formaldehyde – a known cancer causing or cancer aggrevating agent. The label on Brazilian Blowout Acai Professional Smoothing Solution says that Brazilian Blowout Acai Professional Smoothing Solution is formaldehyde free, when the product contains a liquid form of formaldehyde, methylene glycol, which is released into the air when Brazilian Blowout treated hair is heated, as with a blow dryer or hot flat iron.

The levels of formaldehyde in Brazilian Blowout are high, while the label states that the product is formaldehyde free.

Brazilian Blowout salon workers have reported various side effects associated with regularly working with Brazilian Blowout, side effects which include eye irrititation, eye nose and throat problems, breathing problems and allergic reactions. Chest pain, nausea and vomiting have also been reported.

The FDA has given the Brazilian Blowout manufacturers until mid September 2011 to report back on what they are going to do or have done about the misleading lable.

Beautiful straight hair may be something nice to play with, but formaldehyde and cancer are not things to play with.

Brazilian Blowout before and after dangers and warnings

Resources and Further Reading:

The FDA’s warning letter sent to the Brazilian Blowout manufacturers

FDA sends warning letter to Brazilian Blowout over Formaldehyde content –

Toxic Brazilian Blowout Too Dangerous to Be Used in U.S., Experts Say
Hazard Alert: Hair Smoothing Products that could release Formaldehyde
Popular Hair Smoothing Product may be Health Hazard

Important Information:

We are in no way connected with, nor do we have any affiliations to, the manufacturers of Brazilian Blowout products.

Consult a Doctor
We do not intend, by this article or otherwise, to discourage anyone from having a Brazilian Blowout hair treatment without their doctors’ approval. Please consult your doctor, not your lawyer, on matters relating to your health. It could be dangerous to stop taking medicines, and even more dangerous should you stop abruptly. Patients should talk to their physicians to decide whether the benefits and risks of having a Brazilian Blowout hair treatment make it the right choice for them.

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For professional legal advice about Brazilian Blowout dangers and health risks, call Mark J. Leeds, on 954 683 0355, or Toll Free on 888-446-1999.

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