Hair dye poisoning is one of the major causes of self-injury. Chemical hair dye, especially paraphenylene-diamine can lead to edemas, rhabdomyolysis, acute metabolic acidosis and renal failure. Scientists from the University of Leeds have extracted natural dyes from blackcurrant waste, generated throughout Ribena blackcurrant production. This natural black dye with zero side effects could be used in fresh new hair dyeing technologies.
Till date, there is no definite treatment for split hairs. In order to reform the keratin bonds for shiny hair, it requires the right pH conditions. That was how, the research team from China incorporated easily available and cost effective gluten, which brings in the optimal pH levels in order to repair dry and brittle hair.
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