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Use of commercial hairspray is known to cause considerable damage to the environment.

Hairspray contains volatile organic compounds, known as VOCs. These include chlorine, fluorine, and carbon, or CFC’s.

Just a few sprays send these chemicals up to the ozone, where they will break apart thousands of ozone particles. This damage reduces our protection from UV rays and will eventually lead to global warming.

That’s a pretty potent blow coming from 15km or so below. Hairspray’s immediate damage is found in its negative effects on your health.

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