toxic hair products claim

Popular hair straightening products, such as Bantu®, have been linked to uterine cancer in women. If you or a loved one were diagnosed with cancer after toxic hair products, you may be entitled to compensation.

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Chemical hair straighteners are commonly used by Black women for hair styles. These products altering hair to semi-permanently keep it straight.


Common chemicals found in these products include parabens and phthalates, which have been linked to disruption in the endocrine system, and are suspected to increase one's risk to cancer.


Many women have been altering their hair with these toxic products to adhere to beauty standards, but they are unaware of the risks associated with them. Users have been found to have increased risks of uterine cancer, among other implications.


Lawsuits against products such as Africa's Best, Creme of Nature, and ORS Olive Oil have been brought forward due to these implications.


A group of researchers looked at over 30,000 women's hair care habits and found that those who frequently used chemical hair straighteners were at higher risk of developing cancer.


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