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phenylenediamine

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  • n. any of the three isomeric di-amino-benzenes, used as intermediates in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals, plastics etc.

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Examples

  • This is because black henna comprises para-phenylenediamine (PPD), a substance that can cause serious skin reactions.

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  • •Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma has increased 76 percent due mostly to phenoxy herbicides; and phenylenediamine hair dyes;

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  • Reflex is a semi-permenant hair colourant that is perfect for subtle experimenting as it lasts up to four weeks and is free from ammonia, resorcinol, peroxide and P-phenylenediamine PPD.

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  • Although you can develop an allergy to many ingredients in hair coloring, the most likely culprit is a chemical called para-phenylenediamine (PPD).

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  • Many other countries, including Japan, have banned carcinogenic hair-color ingredients, the most notorious of which is phenylenediamine PPD.

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  • Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma has increased by 76% due mostly to phenoxy herbicides; and phenylenediamine hair dyes;

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  • A chemical found in most hair dyes called paraphenylenediamine (or p-phenylenediamine, or PPD), is another common allergen.

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  • Perchloric acid (PCA) (Merck) and o-phenylenediamine (Across) were added to a final concentration of 0.5 M and 5 mM, respectively.

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  • Factbox: "Dirty dozen" chemicals worth avoiding: 1. BHA and BHT: A preservative in makeup and moisturizers that can disrupt the endocrine system, cause cancer and harm fish and wildlife 2. Coal tar dyes including p-phenylenediamine and numbered colours listed as "CI": Used in some hair dyes and other cosmetics; may cause cancer or contain heavy metals considered toxic to the brain.

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  • "Dirty dozen" chemicals worth avoiding: 1. BHA and BHT: A preservative in makeup and moisturizers that can disrupt the endocrine system, cause cancer and harm fish and wildlife 2. Coal tar dyes including p-phenylenediamine and numbered colours listed as "CI": Used in some hair dyes and other cosmetics; may cause cancer or contain heavy metals considered toxic to the brain.

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