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L’Oréal hair dye lawsuit

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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The Danish Consumer Council is seeking approximately $3,500 (DKK1=$.17) in damages from L'Oréal stemming from a complaint filed on behalf of a consumer who used L'Oréal Paris Excellence Creme hair dye, the group announces April 4. Case is slated to be heard in the Danish High Court in early 2006, according to the council. DCC notes that of 107 cases related to hair dye it has registered in court, 38 are connected to L'Oréal. In several other cases, the French beauty company has chosen to settle out of court, the group adds. According to the council, consumers have filed written complaints on personal injuries sustained following the use of hair dyes including swelling, suppurating wounds, inflammation, distended scalp, serious hair loss and fainting fits...
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