Boron (B) is normally found in hair but the correlations among B absorption, and tissue and hair levels of B have yet to be determined. B has a low order of toxicity, but excessive intake induces riboflavinuria. Exogenous contamination of hair with B is possible since B is present in some soaps. B is also present in some cleaners, cements, ceramics, and glass.
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