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Advance Research in Organic and Inorganic Chemistry (AROIC)
The title addresses an issue which I feel is pressing and I give three examples of areas which need positive action. Formaldehyde in hair cosmetics Formaldehyde is a a Class 1 carcinogen; the maximum amount permitted in a cosmetic product as a preservative is 2000ppm. It comes as a surprise that many products sold worldwide to remove artificial colour from human head hair are based on Sodium Hydroxymethane Sulphinate . This compound is a commonly used reductant in the textile industry, beingdoi:10.54026/aroic/1008 fatcat:nzxxsh4pibh6dbddqgva34ovqy