Hair Straighteners and Hormone-Related Cancer: Elevated Risks for Frequent Users

These findings were consistent with prior studies showing hair straighteners (relaxers) increased the risk of hormone-related cancers in women. Critically, the study found that women who reported frequent use of hair relaxers were twice as likely to develop hormone-related cancers.

Hair Relaxers Linked to Hormone-Related Cancers: Products and Potential Compensation

Hair relaxer products linked to hormone-related cancers include:

• L’Oreal Xtenso
• Revlon Professional Conditioning Crème Relaxer
• Crème of Nature
• Strength of Nature Motions
• Strength of Nature Soft & Beautiful
• Soft Sheen/Carson Dark & Lovely
• Soft Sheen/Carson Optimum Care

If you used any of these hair relaxer products and were diagnosed with uterine/endometrial cancer or ovarian cancer, you may be eligible for compensation.

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