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Brazilian Blowout Manufacturer Required To Label, Warn Users

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Brazilian Blowout parent company GIB LLC has settled a class action suit in California that directs the firm to pay more than $4 million to class members and properly label products with all ingredients and warnings about potential health risks.

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