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Brazilian Blowout drops lawsuit against Oregon OSHA and OHSU

The Oregonian

Katy Muldoon

March 2, 2011

The company that makes the spendy salon hair straightener Brazilian Blowout has dropped its lawsuit against the Oregon agency and scientists who found the product heavily laced with formaldehyde, even though it was labeled formaldehyde-free.

The findings late last year caused a stir in the beauty industry, led some countries to pull the solution, pushed U.S. officials to investigate and prompted lawsuits against GIB, the product’s California manufacturer.

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