New research has shown that women who use chemical hair straighteners and/or straighteners are at higher risk of uterine cancer. This new evidence linking hair perms and uterus cancer has led to a wave of hair straightener cancer uterine cancer lawsuits against cosmetic companies like L'Oreal and Revlon.
In addition to uterine cancer, there is also some evidence that the use of hair-straightening products could allegedly lead to other health problems including ovarian or cervical cancers, uterine fibroids, endometriosis, or breast cancer.
These brands are currently named in the lawsuit with more expected to be added:
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