Toxic Hair Relaxer Lawsuits

Consumers deserve to have peace of mind about the products they use, especially when the products are applied directly to the body. At SPBMCC, we believe that customers are entitled to safe products that do not jeopardize their quality of life and companies that fail to prioritize safety should be held accountable.

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Hair Relaxer Lawsuit Cases

Our team is currently investigating potential lawsuits involving hair relaxer products made by companies such as L’Oreal USA. These products have recently been linked to uterine, ovarian, and endometrial cancer. If you or someone you know was diagnosed with cancer after using chemical hair relaxers or straightener products, we are here to help. For more information, please reach out to our team by filling out the contact form to the right. We will be in touch with you shortly.

Why is Hair Relaxer Dangerous?

Hair relaxer products contain hazardous chemicals with endocrine-disrupting and carcinogenic properties. When these chemicals are absorbed through the scalp or skin, studies have shown that adverse health effects are associated with the toxic exposures. Chemical relaxers are also known to easily burn the skin which allows toxins to be absorbed more easily. A groundbreaking NIH study published in 2022 found that for frequent users of chemical hair straighteners or relaxers, the risk of developing uterine cancer by age 70 more than doubles against non-users.

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Products of Concern

  • Brazilian Blowout®
  • Crème of Nature®
  • Dark & Lovely®
  • Just for Me®
  • Motions®
  • Olive Oil Relaxer™
  • Optimum Care®
  • Organic Root Stimulator™
  • Soft & Beautiful®

Why You Should Consult With an Attorney

If you have used any of the above products and are currently experiencing adverse health effects, it's possible that you may have a claim and be eligible for compensation. Don’t wait, reach out to our team today to get the claim process started.