Health & Food
Brazilian Blowout makers ordered to make changes
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The Food and Drug Administration has warned the Brazilian Blowout hair care company that its hair straightening products have dangerously high levels of formaldehyde.
The agency has ordered the company to reduce levels of the chemical or its products will be banned.
The firm has until next Monday to comply.
Brazilian Blowout said on its website that it is working with the FDA and claims it complies with state and federal guidelines.
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