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Hair dye disaster for Love Island star

Earlier this year, Love Island star Megan Barton-Hanson told the public about her hair dye disaster that prevented her from going to the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in California. On ITV's This Morning, Megan explained that she decided to darken her hair at home with a self-apply hair… Read More

Posted on: July 2, 2019

Children’s sport-related accidents amongst biggest cause of A&E visits

Children and teenagers account for half of A&E visitors for sport-related injuries, according to recent findings reported on by the BBC. Amongst young males, the sports causing the majority of accidents are football and rugby. Injuries as a result are typically suffered on the upper limbs; including shoulders and arms… Read More

Posted on: November 8, 2018

Cut-price lip fillers can leave users permanently disfigured

Lip enhancing treatments carried out by unregistered practitioners in a bid to save money, can lead to infections, tissue dying and disfigurement.  Unregulated, cheap products used by those administering second-tier treatments, unhygienic environments in which they are administered, syringe-sharing for cost-minimisation and poor aftercare are all amongst the causes of… Read More

Posted on: August 17, 2018

Scientists use Ribena waste to develop new blackcurrant hair dye

A group of scientists at Leeds University have turned to an unlikely source to create an extraordinary alternative to hair dye. Made using blackcurrants left over from the production of soft drink Ribena, the patented process can produce intense reds, purples and blues. The new prototype is also effective when… Read More

Posted on: June 5, 2018

Actons PI team attend the Trichological Society’s Graduation Day 2018

This year’s annual Trichological Society Graduation Day was held on 14 May 2018, with Associate, June Makings and Chartered Legal Executive, Anne Thomas representing Actons - who are long standing members of the group. The Trichological Society is a body of professionals whose work involves hair and scalp related matters.… Read More

Posted on: May 23, 2018

Tightly sewn weave leaves woman fearing she will be scarred for life

A 24 year-old woman from Leeds has been left with a six inch wound in her forehead, after she received a weave treatment from a beautician. Despite initially raising her concerns with the beautician over the tightness of the wig, she was told to ignore it and that it was… Read More

Posted on: May 1, 2018

Building company pays out £320,000 in compensation after sub-contractor suffers career ending accident

Newark-based construction firm Caledonian Modular Limited has been forced to pay £320,000 in compensation to a painter and decorator they had sub-contracted. The 48 year-old from East Yorkshire was using a step ladder to reach a ceiling, when a flurry of sparks came towards him through a hole in a… Read More

Posted on: March 20, 2018

Nursery pays £4,300 compensation after teacher’s cup of tea leaves child with third degree burns

A nursery in Bournemouth has paid out £4,300 in compensation to the mother of a two-year-old boy, after he tipped his teacher’s cup of tea over himself. The hot drink had been left to stand for 20 minutes and was considered unlikely to have caused serious harm. As a result,… Read More

Posted on: February 13, 2018

Aldi forced to recall ‘Poppin’ Chicken’ over plastic contents

Supermarket Aldi were forced to release a statement last week to inform its customers that it was unsafe to eat their faulty ‘Poppin’ Chicken’ product. This came after traces of plastic had been discovered inside the frozen snack, leading to serious safety fears. Aldi described the warning as only ‘precautionary’,… Read More

Posted on: December 12, 2017

Consumer Drones Spark New Personal Injury Fears

With an estimated 600,000 commercial drones set to be in the air by 2018, it’s no wonder there are increased concerns over new types of personal injury. Manufactured and sold by brands like Parrot, DJI and Revell; the small and popular gadget has become readily available in the UK during… Read More

Posted on: October 31, 2017

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