Cocamide Diethanolamine (cocamide DEA), a controversial ingredient found in body care items, has landed four personal care manufacturers with a lawsuit in California.
The Center for Environmental Health filed the suit after discovering the presence of cocamide DEA, the foam stabilizer and voluminous, in shampoos and soaps. In the state of California, Proposition 65 requires manufacturers to warn consumers over the risks of certain substances. Cocamide DEA is on that list because it is a suspected carcinogen. It was banned in the state last year after a study found it caused cancer in laboratory animals.
Some of the products that contain high levels of the illegal chemical are sold under well-known companies such as Colgate Palmolive, Paul Mitchell, and Prell. Lab tests also found the carcinogen in children’s products, such as a store brand bubble bath from Kmart, and a shampoo/conditioner from Babies R Us. Other store brand products that contain the carcinogen came from Trader Joe’s, Walmart, and Kohl’s.
Unfortunately, manufacturers can put any toxic chemical they want into shampoos because the FDA allows all sorts of chemicals to be used in these products, including chemicals that are known carcinogens and that contribute to liver failure and nervous system disorders. How’s that for protecting public health? NADA it won’t change? Get over it! I guess profit is more important to them than the health of their customers. After all, it’s safe to say that many of these CEOs and top executives have ties to Big Pharmaceutical stock, so the fact that their products make people sick is a real win-win for their bank accounts.
Alright here comes another company selling out the professional cosmetologist! Schwarzkopf Hair Color. Gone are the days of loyalty, and contracts. Now another major hair color line has made a product for home hair coloring services. Yes, just do it yourself. No need to pay a 30-40 year professional in the industry the salon price, just buy it from the manufacturer who distributes to the professional. Money, Money, Money that’s what it all comes down too. So if all your life you have been going to a salon for that perfect hair color, and your house went up in foreclosure, your husband divorced you, or you are now working two jobs Palette Perfect Care Color is hear to help you! A sharp recession that pretty much devastated the Beauty Industry almost ten years ago has another sword in the back. But what I find interesting is there are so many young professionals in the industry willing to work for a dozen or so tubes of hair color and stand on a stage to sell the shit! Remarkable, just remarkable. To be in a industry where you are in complete competition with the manufacturer, and they have no regard for you. And you helped make there company. Amazing. Simply amazing. But that won’t stop tomorrow, the young professional now, I declare knows no difference from a bobby pin and a hair pin. They will keep buying the crap now and latter they will suffer there loses. Schwarzkopf Palette Perfect Care Color.
The big conglomerate that owns Schwarzkopf is Henkel, Founded in 1876, Henkel is a global leader in the consumer and industrial businesses with brands such as Persil, Schwarzkopf and Loctite. Headquartered in Dusseldorf, Germany, Henkel employs about 47,000 people worldwide and the company’s preferred shares are listed in the German stock index DAX.
Gotta have the No Ammonia! My Dear Lord Help Us All!
And for all you scum bags who like to stand on a stage and have your ego’s filled make sure you tell the audience to buy the product on EBAY!
Buy Now On Stucco
Maybe the PBA or Hairbrainned can help us all!
Buy Now On BuyCheapr.com
And the list go’s on and on and on.
What a lovely Industry it is!
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