SoftSheen Lawsuit Alleges Hair Loss and Other Injuries

SoftSheen Lawsuit Alleges Hair Loss and Other Injuries

by September 16, 2016
SoftSheen Lawsuit Alleges Hair Loss and Other Injuries

Audet & Partners, LLP is investigation claims by increasing numbers of consumers that a hair relaxer manufactured by L’Oreal and sold under the SoftSheen brand, causes hair loss and a rash of other injuries.  Users of the SoftSheen Relaxer have alleged that the company promoted the product as a safe and effective solution for more full and silky hair, with an active ingredient of alma oil, also known as the gooseberry.

The L’Oreal product, widely sold in retailers including CVS and Walmart, was initially touted as a safer hair softening agent than lye-based relaxers.  Additional investigation, however, has suggested that the SoftSheen Relaxer may, in fact, contain no alma oil, but may instead contain one or more toxic substances that are resulting in injuries to users including:

• hair loss and breakage
• scalp irritation
• blistering
• burns

If you have purchased and used L’Oreal Relaxer and have suffered hair loss or other personal injuries, you are urged to contact a product liability class action attorney at Audet & Parters, LLP for a free SoftSheen lawsuit claim evaluation.  You can reach us either by completing and submitting the confidential inquiry form on the right side of this page, or by calling us at (800) 965-1461.

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