The Wen Lawsuit Continues
The FDA has issued a safety alert about WEN hair care products, alleging that they can cause serious problems such as baldness and hair loss. In January, actress Eliana Lawrence filed the first of many class-action lawsuits against the company. The actress claimed that she lost significant amounts of her hair within two weeks of using the WEN product. The WEN company, owned by Guthy-Renker, denies the allegations.
The lawsuit was filed after many women experienced hair loss and scalp damage using Wen cleansing conditioners.
The company reportedly settled with two hundred and twenty plaintiffs from 40 states for $26 million. Even after a settlement, the FDA is still investigating a total of 1,386 complaints. Despite the settlement, the company’s founder, Chaz Dean, maintains that the products are safe and is preparing a clinical study to clear its name.
The lawsuit claims that the Wen hair care products were defective in design and failed to warn consumers of the risks of thinning hair, bald spots, and scalp damage. The companies also claim that the FDA failed to provide warnings to consumers about the product, causing more customers to develop a rash. As a result, the company has settled the WEN class-action lawsuit for $26.4 million. It’s important to note, however, that the Wen hair care product continues to be sold online and on QVC.
While the WEN hair care class action has over two hundred women from 40 states, the WEN lawsuit continues to be a hot topic in the legal world.
As of January, the company had agreed to settle the case out of court for $675,000, a deal that is not final, but one that still holds the manufacturer responsible. The Wen lawsuit could end up costing the company over $26 million. And the damage is permanent.
The WEN lawsuit aims to make a company pay for the damage caused by its hair care products. A recent Daily Beast article noted that people with thinning hair have experienced permanent damage to their hair. The WEN joint venture, owned by Guthy-Renker, LLC, has settled the class action for $675,000 out of court. With the WEN lawsuit out of court, the company has agreed to pay out over $26 million.
The Wen lawsuit filed by women has been filed in four states and names Guthy-Renker LLC and Chaz Dean, the co-founder of WEN.
The lawsuit states that the Wen hair care products have caused significant hair loss and bald spots, and even scalp damage. The FDA has reportedly paid the company $26 million to settle the lawsuit out of court. The Wen lawsuit is expected to settle for more than $25 million.
The WEN lawsuit claims to be worth over $26 million. The Wen hair care product has been a hot topic of litigation for several years. The lawsuit is filed by over 200 women in 40 states, and a class action settlement has been reached. The settlement was reached by Guthy-Renker LLC. The Wen hair care products are sold in more than forty countries, so the company will have to pay up.
The WEN lawsuit was filed out of court after the lawsuit was filed in December 2015.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has agreed to settle the case. While this settlement is not final, the Wen hair care class action was not settled out of court, but the companies were forced to settle with the help of a third party. This has triggered a legal dispute over the defective products. However, it has become clear that WEN has not fully compensated consumers for their suffering.
The Wen lawsuit has already reached a new level of sensitivity. More women are coming forward with their experiences of losing their hair due to the product. Although the manufacturer has been receptive to refunding consumers for any unused portion of their Wen hair care products, it has yet to do so for other products. This lawsuit is still ongoing, but it is the first to conclude. This is an important step in protecting the consumer, and it is worth celebrating.