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Dove shampoo cancer risk

It's better not to use Dove Shampoo by HUL as it may risk to cancer for the Benzene present on it.

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Misleading title. This specific news is for dry shampoos, which I don't think are a big thing in Indian markets. 

Otherwise, most shampoos contain harmful chemicals (not as harmful as benzene though) 


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Misleading title. This specific news is for dry shampoos, which I don't think are a big thing in Indian markets. 

Otherwise, most shampoos contain harmful chemicals (not as harmful as benzene though) 


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androgame wrote:

Misleading title. This specific news is for dry shampoos, which I don't think are a big thing in Indian markets. 

Otherwise, most shampoos contain harmful chemicals (not as harmful as benzene though) 


It's really gonna hit them hard just like Nestle maggie as most of users just read the headlines 😅

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Ash-D wrote:

It's really gonna hit them hard just like Nestle maggie as most of users just read the headlines 😅

First Johnson and now Dove?
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First Johnson and now Dove?

Yeah they called back those products from market themselves in western countries & for India they said it's not launched yet but it was being sold here too but this category is not much popular here.

Big brands always had a dark history and incident like these show they can do anything just to make profits.

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How do u know they used benzene ? By reading the ingredients on bottle. What if they produce the same but not print it on bottles?
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Ash-D wrote:

Yeah they called back those products from market themselves in western countries & for India they said it's not launched yet but it was being sold here too but this category is not much popular here.

Big brands always had a dark history and incident like these show they can do anything just to make profits.

If they are doing something fishy in some of their products then I can't trust that overall brand though...
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SparkRockerz wrote:
If they are doing something fishy in some of their products then I can't trust that overall brand though...

Yeah here too I've been using dove from a while but now raised my concerns. I think it's time to move to natural alternatives.

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Meanwhile in telegram 50% offers are being promoted.  https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/819365/medium/Screenshot20221028183509.jpg?1666962345
Like this we had offers for Head and shoulders as well.Not sure it is the same case.
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No one accurately knows what causes cancer. There are many people I know who were very strict about their health but still diagnosed with cancer. So just don't think much about all these. 
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Now i strted using reetha only after hair loss by these shit shampoo it does my job

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Ash-D wrote:
It's really gonna hit them hard just like it did to Nestle maggie as most of users just read the headlines 😅

You really think so?

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For.. in so far as I know.. when they can get away with misleading African and other women to feed the kids 'formula' (Cerelac Nerolac whatever) and end up making many generations of kids more malnourished (as the mothers wouldn't feed them mother's milk).. 

..when they (besides PepsiCo, Coca-Cola) can conveniently steal ground water from natives https://google.com/search?q=site%3Adawn.com%20mian%20saqib%20nisar%20nestle%20water to repatriate the profits back to tax heavens..

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..when foolish consumers here too.. easily forget the maggots controversy of (owned by Kraft Foods.. now Mondelez International) Cadbury .. 

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Forget hitting 'hard'... Cadbury chocolates soon stopped using the inner protective (metallic) barrier foil.. once the foolish consumers here got some other daily tamasha to get distracted with.

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Likewise for Nestle and its brands like Maggi.‏

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pranavcool wrote:
these shit shampoo

They fulfill the objective of being a "cosmetic" aide.

Often.. making the 'effect' work.. without ever working on the root cause or even wanting to help with it.

By 'effect' I meant.. in magic shows/ magic tricks.. the same 'effect' can be achieved.. using various 'methods'.

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If the consumer is happy seeing 'less dandruff'.. they (the products) make the skin produce less skin cells or other stuff.. but never try to address the holistic aspects within the body.

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Likewise, vegetarian people or those who think they are vegetarians.. might find the second video a bit rattling. 


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aum_shanti wrote:

You really think so?

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For.. in so far as I know.. when they can get away with misleading African and other women to feed the kids 'formula' (Cerelac Nerolac whatever) and end up making many generations of kids more malnourished (as the mothers wouldn't feed them mother's milk).. 

..when they (besides PepsiCo, Coca-Cola) can conveniently steal ground water from natives https://google.com/search?q=site%3Adawn.com%20mian%20saqib%20nisar%20nestle%20water to repatriate the profits back to tax heavens..

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..when foolish consumers here too.. easily forget the maggots controversy of (owned by Kraft Foods.. now Mondelez International) Cadbury .. 

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Forget hitting 'hard'... Cadbury chocolates soon stopped ising the inner protective (metallic) barrier foil.. one the foolish consumers here got some other daily tamasha to get distracted with.

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Likewise for Nestle and its brands like Maggi.‏

I know nothing will happen to these giants in long term but was talking of short term effect which nowadays social media create although this one didn't got the lime light.

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Ash-D wrote:

I know nothing will happen to these giants in long term but was talking of short term effect which nowadays social media create although this one didn't got the lime light.

Yes sir. True that.😔

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