In the minds of most preteens, concern revolves around the popularity, degrees and have enough money to buy sweets. But 11-year-old Eliana Lawrence Denver has a more mature problem in your mind -. Hair loss
Once upon a time, Eliana had a beautiful crown of red hair. He even played the main character in the adaptation of the musical school Annie . But then, just before her 10th birthday, she started using hair products of Wen by cleaning and conditioner line Chaz Dean . After only three uses, her hair started coming out in clumps.
“The first time combing her hair and was about a third of his hair,” the mother of Eliana Miriam told the Daily Mail.
This loss of alarming hair continued to Eliana it was almost bald.
NOT ONLY ELIANA
you can imagine how annoying Eliana and her mother must have been when contacted the FDA and were told that his report was only one of 127 filed against Wen by Chaz Dean. According to the official warning from the FDA, which is the largest number of complaints you have ever received for a single product cosmetic hair cleansing.
To make matters worse, Chaz Dean, Inc. has admitted to receiving complaints of hair loss from 21,000 customers. A class action lawsuit has been filed against the company for more than 200 women, all of whom say they have suffered serious – possibly permanent -. Hair loss
And yet, Wen by Chaz Dean is conducting business as usual. Guilt products still on sale. Based on how popular they are, you can even have a bottle in your bathroom cabinet!
You see, even though the FDA has issued a warning against the line, who do not have the ability to order the removal of personal care products.
Eliana Lawrence hopes to change that.
she reaches Senators Colorado, requesting that support Personal Care Security Act. This bill would give the FDA control over the cosmetics industry largely unregulated.
AS BY WEN CHAZ DEAN products cause FALL
The FDA and a private company are still conducting research on what ingredients are the culprits of the reported effects.
Could be cetyl and cetearyl alcohols, which are known to dry hair. It could also be hydroxycitronellal -. A chemical that is banned in the European Union because of their toxic properties
Whatever the ingredient is designing Wen by Chaz Dean products makes it difficult to wash.
“What we understand about the product and how it is produced hair loss is virtually contains no cleaner,” attorney Amy Davis, lead counsel for the plaintiffs, he said. “It’s like using a lotion to wash hair, so instead of removing the product, when rinsing, only becomes an impact on the hair follicle.”
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