Most hairsprays contain CFCs with stands for chrolo flora carbonates. When hair spray is being used the CFCs escape from the can and goes into the atmosphere in 20 years. It can dissolve into the ozone layer, which makes the earth stop blocking the sun and creates holes in the ozone layer.
Hairspray doesn’t make carbons. It’s made up of solvents like CFCS which are nontoxic and nonflammable – however, they cause damage to our ozone layer. Recently, companies have been switching over to alcohols and hydrocarbons – however, these are flammable.
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