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Report: National Register of Adverse Effects from Cosmetic Products 2008–2010

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Permanent hairdyes can give the most severe adverse effects, but most reactions come from facial and body moisturisers. This is shown in the first report from the National Register of Adverse Effects from Cosmetic Products. During the first two years, 96 notifications were registered, with the majority concerning moisturisers, cleansing products, sun creams and hair dyes.

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Permanent hairdyes can give the most severe adverse effects, but most reactions come from facial and body moisturisers. This is shown in the first report from the National Register of Adverse Effects from Cosmetic Products. During the first two years, 96 notifications were registered, with the majority concerning moisturisers, cleansing products, sun creams and hair dyes.


About this publication

  • Year: April 2011
  • By: Folkehelseinstituttet
  • Authors Berit Granum og Martinius Løvik.
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  • ISBN: 978-82-8082-451-6
  • ISBN (digital): 978-82-8082-452-3