Olaplex Plans ‘Vigorous’ Fight Against Suit Alleging Its Hair Products Caused Hair Loss
Olaplex maintains the safety of its products and has posted HRIPT results on its website which it says demonstrate they do not have irritation or sensitization potential that could lead to hair loss. CEO JuE Wong says litigation against the company, filed by more than two dozen women who say they suffered injuries as a result of Olaplex use, reflects “sadly a fact of life in our industry.”
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