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|Most henna hair dyes fail to meet microorganism and heavy metal standards|
Most henna hair dyes fail to meet microorganism and heavy metal standards
An increasing number of consumers are using hair dyes to cover gray hair or do a makeover, and this has been followed by cases** complaining about side effects such as rashes and edema received by the Consumer Injury Surveillance System (CISS)*.
* Consumer Injury Surveillance System: Collects information from 81 hazard information sources such as hospitals and fire stations and the 1372 consumer center and analyze and evaluate such information under the Framework Act on Consumers.
** Cases received by year: (2017) 57 cases → (2018) 279 cases → (2019) 415 cases → (Sep 2020) 134 cases.
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