A Common Men’s Grooming Product is Linked to Allergic Reactions and Serious Injuries
In our youth-oriented culture, many men and women choose to dye their hair to hide grey and white strands. But men who use a common hair dye could be putting their health at risk.
In 2019, a 62-year-old Florida man sued Combe Incorporated, the manufacturer of the popular Just for Men hair dye, after he said the product caused permanent scarring on his face after he used it to dye his beard.
The risk of side effects, includes burns, scarring, and loss of pigmentation have been known to occur with hair dye usage for many years. In 2012, Consumer Affairs reported that men who used Just for Men had experienced many of those harmful side effects.
To make matters more complicated, many men who use Just for Men hair dye are able to do so safely and with no side effects for years or even decades. But suddenly, they can develop serious reactions to the product that can cause lasting damage to their skin and scalp.
The complications associated with Just for Men hair dye aren’t just painful, but they’re also disfiguring. At Ferrer, Poirot & Wansbrough, our defective product lawyers believe that men who were harmed by a product they were led to believe was 100% safe should receive compensation.
If you or someone you love was hurt by Just for Men hair dye, we want to help. Contact us today for a free consultation. We aren’t afraid to help our clients get the settlements they’re owed, even when it means going up against big corporations like Combe Incorporated.