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Title: Effect of an Oxidative Hair Dye on the Skin of Domestic Rabbits
Authors: Wadaan, Mohammad A.M.
Mubarak, Mohammad
Keywords: Hair Dyes
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Asian Network for Scientific Information
Citation: Journal of Biological sciences: 5 (6); 809-812
Abstract: The present study aimed to elucidate the effect of an oxidative hair dye on the skin of domestic rabbits. The hair dye was applied to the hair on the back region, scalp and ears of the exposed rabbits at weekly intervals for 6 months. Skin sensitization was noticed from week 20 post-exposure. The exposed animals were dull and manifested decreased body weight. It was concluded that the oxidative hair dyes could provoke cutaneous sensitization and therefore more attention should be paid for the health hazards which might be induced by hair dyes.
URI: http://scialert.net/qredirect.php?doi=jbs.2005.809.812&linkid=pdf
ISSN: 1727-3048
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