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  1. Formaldehyde is permitted as a preservative in cosmetics at levels of no more than 0.2%. In addition to today's advisory, an advisory on Brazilian Blowout Solution was issued on October 26, 2010, followed by an updated Advisory listing several other hair smoothing products on December 10, 2010. Formaldehyde...
    Posted:
    2011-04-12
    Type of communication:
    Advisory
  2. Several Professional Hair Smoothing Solutions Contain Formaldehyde The issue As part of its ongoing work on hair smoothing products, Health Canada is warning Canadians that ten additional professional hair smoothing solutions have been found to contain levels of formaldehyde above the limit set by...
    Posted:
    2010-12-10
    Type of communication:
    Advisory
  3. Formaldehyde is permitted at low levels when used as a preservative in cosmetics. In liquid form, formaldehyde is referred to as methylene glycol or formalin. The terms "formaldehyde" and "methylene glycol" are often used interchangeably in toxicity studies pertaining to formaldehyde. Health Canada continues...
    Posted:
    2010-10-26
    Type of communication:
    Advisory
  4. Consumers who have had adverse reactions to Brazilian Blowout treatments are advised to seek medical attention. There is no cause for concern for consumers who have used this product and not experienced any reactions. Stylists who use Brazilian Blowout treatments should immediately stop using the affected...
    Posted:
    2010-10-07
    Type of communication:
    Advisory
  5. Archived – Health Canada Advises Consumers that RetroFoam Insulation Was Illegally Sold in Canada Health Canada is informing consumers that RetroFoam of Canada Incorporated imported and illegally sold RetroFoam insulation in Canada. RetroFoam is a urea formaldehyde-based thermal insulation (UFFI)....
    Posted:
    2009-02-03
    Type of communication:
    Advisory
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