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Ok, the chemicals in question are the "toxic trio" , toluene, dibutyl phthalate (DBP) and formaldehyde. If see the label "3 free" this is what it is referring to. The labels I know of offhand that don't use these chemicals are Butter, Zoya,, Julep, Sparitual and Nubar. Sally Hanssen agreed to finally go 3 free a few years ago, but I wouldn't trust em to label their products right. OPI still refuses to take out formaldehyde for some reason. Check here: www.ewg.org... and you will find information about your brand of choice.
It’s true that early hair coloring formulations contained chemicals that were found to be toxic to health, and research as recent as 2004 has suggested that women who used dark hair color regularly before 1980 had a higher incidence of certain types of cancers. However, manufacturers removed the known carcinogenic ingredients in the mid-1970s, and today’s hair coloring formulations have not been shown to raise brain cancer risk. A 2007 NIH study concluded that there was no consistent association between the personal use of synthetic hair coloring and glioma, meningioma or acoustic neuroma (three types of brain tumors).
Study: Nail polish contains dangerous chemicals
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...pictures it again....
As part of a prostituion sting, Junior goes undercover as a customer at a massage parlor. An Asian woman in full Geisha regalia begins by smacking his body with a long palm frond, then beating him with a lotion bottle. She continues to abuse him until she finally throws him on the floor and jumps all over him. Unable to take any more, Junior runs out of the parlor. On the hidden camera we see the "Asian" woman with her normal American accent tell someone over the phone that she doesn’t think the cops will be coming back anytime soon.