WEN Hair Products Could Be the Culprit If You’re Experiencing Sudden Hair Loss
A “must-have” hair care product line that celebrities like Brooke Shields are raving about may not provide the benefits of cleansing, conditioning, and strengthening your hair without the use of harsh chemicals that it promises. The WEN shampoo and conditioner products were created by Hollywood hairstylist Chaz Dean and are marketed by Gunthy-Renker. These products are sold on QVC, online through Amazon, and in Sephora stores. Costing up to $32 a bottle, they are not cheap. Unfortunately, thousands of women have found that, not only do these hair products fail to improve the look of their hair, but they also can cause significant and traumatic hair loss.
The Problems With WEN Hair Products
In early 2015, 200 women filed a class action lawsuit claiming WEN hair products caused their hair to fall out. The lawsuit alleges that one or more of the ingredients in these products causes a chemical reaction that can damage a person’s hair strand or follicle. Some of the complaints about these products include:
- Significant hair loss that can go on for weeks
- Skin irritation
The problems with these hair products could be affecting significantly more women than those who filed the lawsuit. The attorney representing the group said she received complaints from 4000 more women in just four days after the lawsuit became public.
What You Should Do If You Are Experiencing Hair Loss From WEN Products
If you experienced hair loss from using WEN products, you are most likely suffering with the emotional trauma as well as the physical effects of losing your hair. However, you do not want your emotions to drive you to join this class action lawsuit. You need to consult with an experienced product liability attorney who can advise you as to whether you will receive a more favorable settlement from filing an individual lawsuit rather than joining a class action lawsuit.
If you were injured by using WEN hair products or another consumer product, call me today at 888.716.8021 to schedule a FREE consultation to learn about your legal options.
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