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Blood In The Water? L’Oreal Hit With New Keratin Fraud Complaint As Matrix Suit Advances

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L’Oreal USA is in Phase II expert discovery in a certified class action alleging that the absence of keratin in its Matrix Biolage Keratindose hair-care line misleads consumers. Now the firm faces similar allegations, also in New York’s Southern District, about a L’Oreal Paris Keratin Caring range.   

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