CHROMOSOMAL DAMAGE AND HAIR DYES

@article{Kirkland1978CHROMOSOMALDA,
  title={CHROMOSOMAL DAMAGE AND HAIR DYES},
  author={D. J. Kirkland and Sylvia D. Lawler and Stanley Venitt},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1978},
  volume={312},
  pages={124-128}
}
Analysis of human chromosomes after repeated hair dyeing.
  • H. Hofer, N. Bornatowicz, E. Reindl
  • Medicine
    Food and chemical toxicology : an international journal published for the British Industrial Biological Research Association
  • 1983
Toxicity and human health risk of hair dyes.
Investigations on the effect of repeated hair dyeing on sister chromatid exchanges.
A review of biomonitoring studies measuring genotoxicity in humans exposed to hair dyes.
TLDR
Overall, there is no consistent evidence of genotoxicity in humans exposed to hair dyes occupationally or through individual use.
Hair Dye Toxicology
TLDR
Information about local and systemic effects related to hair dye usage obtained from animal and human experiments and from experience with human exposure is reviewed to place hair dye toxicology in perspective.
Assessment of DNA Damage on Adult Albino Rats Induced by Dermal Exposure to P-Phenylenediamine (PPD)
TLDR
The results showed that repeated dermal exposure to PPD induced significant DNA damage in peripheral blood lymphocytes in dose and time dependent manner.
Hair and Hair Cosmetics
TLDR
Women and men have always tried to maintain their youth and beauty by appropriate care and by changing their appearance using various skin and hair cosmetics, and intensive advertising increases their use at home and in hairdresser salons, beauty parlors, etc.
The mutagenicity and carcinogenicity of hair dyes
  • D. Kirkland
  • Biology
    International journal of cosmetic science
  • 1983
TLDR
Some hair dye ingredients and commercial dyes have been shown to give rise, in the urine of treated rats, to metabolites which are also mutagenic in bacteria.
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