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Which hair relaxers can cause uterine and ovarian cancer?

While there are dozens, if not hundreds, of hair relaxer brands on the market, only some manufacturers have been named as defendants in lawsuits so far.

This does not mean that only their products might cause uterine or ovarian cancer, but women who intend to straighten their hair should avoid these companies and their products just to be on the safe side.

Instead, they should choose a safer, healthier method to achieve straight hair, such as heat styling or keratin treatments. The following are only some of the companies whose products are believed to contain toxic chemicals:

As for products, many have been named in lawsuits over and over again by plaintiffs with uterine and ovarian cancer, so we strongly advise women to avoid these specific hair relaxers, as they might be detrimental to their health:

The hair relaxer market size was huge in 2021 and is expected to have a steady revenue by 2030. Some of the factors that have been driving the popularity of these products are rapid urbanization, a growing preference for experimenting with trending hairstyles, improving standards of living, and rising demand for styling curly hair to straightened hair.

If you are a woman who has been using chemical hair relaxers frequently and now suffer from uterine cancer or ovarian cancer, you should get in touch with our expert team, as you might be entitled to compensation from the responsible companies.

Atraxia Law can efficiently help you file your toxic hair relaxer claim

With over 35 years of experience in evaluating toxic exposure, our team of professionals is ready to assess your situation and determine whether you are eligible to file a toxic hair relaxer claim.

If you have uterine or ovarian cancer, you might be entitled to financial compensation. Once we deem you eligible, we will promptly recommend a top-notch, specialized attorney to handle your claim.