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Court Document: WEN Hair Product Contains “Synthetic Allergens”

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NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) –  Newly filed court documents in the WEN Hair Care class action lawsuit claim that the product is not natural as advertised in their infomercials. The legal document filed on February 10 is an objection to the class action settlement for $26.5 million, which received a judge’s preliminary approval. The plaintiffs allege that their hair started to fall off after using the product.

Hundreds of women have complained about hair loss after using the hair care product .

Amy Davis, one of the lawyers for the plaintiffs filed the objection to the settlement. The document states the ingredients used in WEN are not all natural products like it suggests in the infomercials. Some of them, it says, are “synthetic allergens.” Allergens like kathon and HICC. Researchers say these substances are known to cause red, itchy, flaky and blistered scalps in some people. It says in severe cases; it can trigger hair loss.