‘Miracle Potion’ Would Have To Be Exactly That, Says Latest Suit Over Hair-Repair Claims
Short of a miracle, shampoo and conditioner products from It’s A 10 Haircare cannot repair hair by acting on structures above skin’s surface, according to a complaint recently filed in Florida’s Southern District. Other hair-care manufacturers have faced similar suits in recent years, along with proposed class actions concerning DMDM hydantoin use and hair loss allegations.
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US Proposed Class Action: Preservative Choice Makes Unilever’s TRESemme Keratin Products ‘Defective’
The presence of formaldehyde releaser DMDM hydantoin in TRESemme Keratin shampoos pose undisclosed risks of hair loss and/or scalp irritation, as shown by hundreds of consumer complaints online, plaintiffs allege in proposed class actions filed in Illinois and New Jersey federal courts.
"The truth is that damaged hair cannot be repaired," says the plaintiff in a putative class action in New York district court, challenging claims on the firm's Proganix Repair products.