this hair coloring sold in supermarkets is carcinogenic and mutagenic
If you are a fan of coloring, you know how important it is to be regular to avoid at all costs the effect repels. Having roots that are lighter or darker than the rest of our hair can quickly make us look unkempt.
So, when we don’t have time to go to the hairdresser, we have to find a solution quickly. Colored dry shampoos and “special root” eyeshadows are very good products but unfortunately offer temporary results.
Beware of this chestnut color sold throughout France
For a color that lasts, we therefore favor the colors that we find in the beauty section of our supermarket. Several brands offer different references. There, we are certain (or almost) to find THE shade that will perfectly match our hair.
However, be careful with the choice of product you make! Some formulations are more natural and safe that others. Recently, the government alerted concerning a coloring in particular put on sale in stores B&M Franceformerly Babou.
What are the risks of the batch concerned?
RUBELLA DARK BROWN COLOR 3.0 – RUBELLA
Risks: Internal damage
Reason: Presence of the prohibited substance D4, classified as CMR (Carcinogenic, Mutagenic, Reprotoxic)https://t.co/hMFrhzipTF pic.twitter.com/xxzDIBf2By
— Consum Reminder (@Consum Reminder) September 5, 2022
On its official website alerts of dangerous products, the government specifies that the dark chestnut 3.0 color offered by the Rubella brand is recalled. This concerns the batch No. 19102120. This hair product does contain a prohibited substance classified as CMR. Understand that this is carcinogenic, mutagenic and reprotoxic.
If you have this Rubella coloring at home, do not use it and bring it back to the store. B&M will then offer you a refund or an exchange.