A defective product is considered any product that causes harm to a consumer. The harm can vary from injury to property damage. The manufacturer has a duty to sell products that are safe for the public use. One type of alleged defective product is Just for Men. The product is used to dye gray hair to another color.
What is Just for Men Allergic Reaction Reports?
Complaints are being filed against the manufacturer of Just for Men hair and beard dye. The complaints allege the product causes an allergic reaction.
Does the Product Allegedly Cause Any Other Problems?
Some men have reported the product causing severe burns.
How Severe Have the Side Effects Been?
Many men have reported the product has caused severe allergic reactions resulting in complications like:
What is P-Phenylenediamine, or PPD?
P-Phenylenediamine is an ingredient used to make Just for Men hair dye. The ingredient may cause:
- Kidney Failure
- Eczematoid contact dermatitis
Is There a Segment of the Population Effected by the PPD and Just for Men Hair Product?
The product allegedly cause allergic reactions and severe burns particularly among black men. PPD is known to allergic reactions in black men five times more than other races.
When Was Consumer Affairs Told about the Possible Defects?
It was first warned about the allergic reactions risk in 2012.
Can I Sue If I was Injured By the Product?
Yes, an individual harmed by a defective can sue if the product defect involves its design, failure to warn, or manufacturing.
What are Possible Damages Available in a Defective Product Lawsuit?
Compensation is divided into economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages include medical bills. Non-economic damages include pain and suffering.
Should I Contact a Personal Injury Attorney about My Injury?
Yes. A personal injury attorney will assist you in determining the best way to proceed with your lawsuit.