The argument against staining of Alexander Grant led a study on the relationship of this procedure with the risk of breast cancer
In early November, Keanu Reeves came to the evening at the Los Angeles Museum LACMA with artist Alexandra Grant, and some time later appeared in the media rumors about the engagement of the actor and his first in a long time sweetheart. Since then, the interest is only growing.
Yesterday Alexander posted on his instagram a screenshot of the title of the article of Newsweek about the connection of breast cancer with hair dyeing and explained why she doesn’t want to dye his gray hair.
“I turned gray prematurely, when I was a little more than 20 years, and dyed hair for as long as I was able to close my eyes to the toxicity of the dyes. At thirty I decided to leave my hair light. I support the idea that every woman has the right to choose how she wants to look at any age. But if women are dying because of beauty standards, then these standards must be revised,” wrote Grant.
The basis for the material of Newsweek was the study, which involved more than 45 thousand women. It found a link between use of permanent hair dyes and risk of breast cancer. The publication notes that are especially vulnerable to this been found dark-skinned women.
Previously, Angelina Jolie talked about her mother struggle with breast cancer and explained why she made a pre-emptive mastectomy.
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