HAIR straightening products linked to REPRODUCTIVE cancer

If you or a loved one was diagnosed with reproductive cancer after using chemical hair straighteners, you may be eligible to receive financial compensation.

TOXIC CHEMICALS IN HAIR PRODUCTS INCREASE RISK OF CANCER

A recent National Institutes of Health study has established a link between chemical hair straightening products and numerous reproductive cancers. Hair straightening cancer claim lawyers around the country have begun to file lawsuits against the manufacturers on behalf of those diagnosed with cancer. These products include:
  • Softsheen Carson
  • Soft & Beautiful
  • SSC Dark and Lovely
  • Mizani
  • Revlon
  • African Pride
  • ORS Olvie Oil
  • Just For Me
  • Africa's Best
  • Motions
  • Silk Elements
  • ProfectiveMegaGrowth
  • Isoplus
  • Creme of Nature
  • TCB Naturals

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About the Study

The 11-year study followed over 33,000 women of all ages, races, and ethnicities. It showed that Hispanic and non-Hispanic black women, the most frequent users of chemical straighteners, are disproportionately affected.

The Chemicals

These products may contain toxic chemicals such as formaldehyde, phthalates, parabens, bisphenol-A, and other carcinogens. The brands responsible include L'Oreal, Revlon, African Pride and more.
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Health Complications

These chemicals may cause serious health complications such as uterine cancer, ovarian cancer, or endometrial cancer. Symptoms of these conditions may include abnormal vaginal bleeding, pelvic pain or pelvic pressure.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

COMPANIES KNEW OF THE RISKS AND MARKETED THESE PRODUCTS WITHOUT A WARNING LABEL.

Some chemical hair straightening products may increase the risk of reproductive cancer by up to 2.5 times compared to those who never used these products.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What hair straightening and relaxer products are linked to higher risks of reproductive cancer?

    Products that contain toxic chemicals such as formaldehyde, phthalates, parabens, bisphenol-A, and similar carcinogens may increase the risk of reproductive cancers. Some of these brands include L'Oreal, Revlon, African Pride, and Africa's Best.

  • Who is at the most risk of hair straightening cancer?

    The study conducted by the US National Institutes of Health has suggested that Hispanic and non-Hispanic black women are the most frequent and long-term users of chemical relaxers and straighteners and are disproportionately affected.

  • What are factors associated with the health risks of using hair straighteners?

    • Frequency of use

    • Age when usage started

    • Duration used

    • Heating tools used with product application

    • Air ventilation of the room the product was used in

  • How much does hiring an attorney cost?

    Our hair straightening cancer claim lawyers will thoroughly review your case and won't get paid until you do. Contact us to schedule a free consultation and get the help that you need.

DAggett Shuler Attorneys

At Daggett Shuler, the health and safety of the Triad community are our top priorities. So if you have used chemical hair straightening products and have been diagnosed with cancer, we are ready to speak with you for free. Our trustworthy and compassionate hair straightening cancer claim lawyers will thoroughly review your case and won’t get paid until you do.

Contact us today by submitting a free case evaluation form or calling our office at 336-724-1234 for a free consultation.

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