L’Oréal’s SoftSheen-Carson Optimum Amla Legend No-Lye Relaxer may be a lie and is battling through another law suit.
Delicia Taylor says she relied on the promise she would get fuller and straighter hair but when she looked in the mirror hair is far from what she say. There were bald spots, burns, blistering and scabs on her scalp according to documents provided by TMZ.
L’Oréal’s pushing a hair relaxer called SoftSheen-Carson Optimum Amla Legend No-Mix, No-Lye Relaxer. Delicia Taylor says in a new lawsuit she relied on the promise she’d get fuller, silkier hair. L’Oréal was sued back in September when a group of angry customers made similar allegations. Famous African American women were endorsing L’Oreal’s product line with claims of it being healthier and more safe because of its oil from Indian fruit instead of lye. According to the class action lawsuit, filed by famed attorney Mark Geragos, the product is short on oil and long on danger, causing hair loss, breakage, scalp irritation, blisters and burns similar to Taylors. The suit claims L’Oréal lured unsuspecting women into buying its product by getting ‘RHOA’ star Cynthia Bailey, Tracee Ellis Ross and even Michelle Obama’s hairstylist to vouch for it.
On behalf of all women Taylor is suing for a whopping $5 million dollars.
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