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Unilever Recalls Dove and Other Unilever Dry Shampoos Due to Cancer Risk

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  • After finding benzene in popular aerosol dry shampoo brands like Dove, Unilever Plc recalled them.
  • According to a notice on the FDA’s website Friday, Nexxus, Suave, Tresemmé, and Tigi, which makes Rockaholic and Bed Head dry shampoos, are also being recalled. Recalling Unilever
  • This isn’t the first time spray-on dry shampoo has been identified as a problem. P&G tested its entire aerosol portfolio after Valisure’s findings. In December, benzene contamination caused Pantene and Herbal Essences dry shampoo recalls.
  • “Given what we’ve seen, it unfortunately makes sense that other consumer-product categories, like aerosol dry shampoos, could be heavily affected by benzene contamination and we are actively investigating this area,” said Valisure Chief Executive Officer David Light.

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