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TRI/Princeton Offers Hair Benchmarking Study to Share Testing Costs
Posted: June 25, 2010
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Static Flyaway Retardation
Under low humidity conditions, the reduction in moisture content of hair from everyday grooming leads to considerable buildup of static electricity. That is, hair has an especially low conductivity and so resulting charges are not readily dissipated. Conditioner products can be very effective at reducing static electricity buildup.
Results from the study will be conveyed and interpreted in a formal report. To participate in the study, manufacturers must send samples to the company by Aug. 15, 2010. Pricing information is available in the promotional flyer.