Lawyers Reviewing “Just for Men” Burns, Skin Reactions
The product liability lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are reviewing potential lawsuits for individuals throughout the United States who have suffered severe allergic reactions, chemical burns or other problems caused by side effects of “Just for Men” hair and beard dye products.
Reports of serious reactions, rashes and burns after “Just for Men” application may occur even among men who have used the hair dye in the past without problems.
In many cases, the skin reactions result in the need for hospitalization or leave men with permanent scars.
Financial compensation may be available through a “Just for Men” lawsuit for individuals who have been:
- Hospitalized Due to an Allergic Reaction
- Suffered Chemical Burns, Scarring or Permanent Skin Color Changes
- Received Medical Treatment for Rashes, Open Sores, Infections or other Skin Reactions to Just for Men
All cases are reviewed by our law firm on a contingency fee basis, which means that there are no out-of-pocket expenses to hire a lawyer. We only receive an attorney fee or expenses if a recovery or Just for Men injury settlement is received.
To review a potential claim for yourself or a loved one, contact Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. for a free consultation and case evaluation.
“Just for Men” Hair and Beard Dye Side Effects and Problems
“Just for Men” is a widely used hair and beard dye product introduced by Combe Inc. in 1987. It is marketed as a hair dye product for men experiencing graying associated with aging.
The product has been aggressively marketed, with advertisements featuring aging sports stars, such as Hall of Fame basketball player Walt Frazier and baseball player Keith Hernandez. It has become the most widely recognized brand name hair, bread and mustache dye for men.
Although “Just for Men” has been on the market for more than 25 years, a number reports have surfaced in recent years involving severe allergic reactions and skin irritation from Just for Men. This has raised questions about whether there have been recent changes to the product, and whether inadequate warnings provided by the manufacturer may be contributing to the problems.
In October 2012, the consumer news and advocacy organization Consumer Affairs noted that they have received an increasing number of complaints involving Just for Men problems, including reports of allergic reactions, chemical burns, itching and painful blisters.
In addition to painful skin irritation, side effects of Just for Men hair dye may lead to the need for hospitalization or continuing medical care, including treatment with steroids or anti-inflammatory medications. In some cases, men have been left with permanent facial scarring from Just for Men.
To review a potential claim with the lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A., call our law firm at 1-800-522-0102 or complete our free consultation request form.
Just for Men Allergic Reactions, Burns and Skin Irritation
Just for Men contains a number of chemicals that could be a skin irritant, including p_Phenylnediamine (PPD) which has been linked to severe reactions in many other consumer products.
The American Contact Dermatitis Society rated PPD as the “Allergen of the Year” in 2006, and the FDA has previously banned use of the product in cosmetics applied directly to the skin, due to severe reactions reported among users.
While the known skin irritant is still allowed in hair dyes, use of PPD in Just for Men raises serious questions, since the product is directly applied to the face of men with beards or mustaches.
Warnings about skin reactions to Just for Men are inadequate and fail to provide consumers with accurate and complete information to decide whether it is worth the risk of severe and potentially permanent injury to use the hair, beard and mustache dye.
Just for Men warnings recommend users conduct an in-home “skin patch test”, advising consumers to apply the product to a small area of skin and monitor for allergic reactions. However, these home tests are known to be unreliable and ineffective in most cases, as facial skin is much more sensitive and consumers are unable to perform the tests in a properly controlled setting.
If proper warnings about the risk of allergic reactions, chemical burns and skin irritation from Just for Men hair dye had been provided, many individuals may have been able to avoid serious injuries and permanent scarring or disfigurement.
- Skin Discoloration or Spotting
Just for Men Class Action and Injury Lawsuit Allegations
The lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are investigating whether financial compensation may be available through Just for Men class action lawsuits or individual injury claims for men hospitalized or requiring medical treatment due to reactions to the hair dye. Some of the allegations that may be raised in Just for Men lawsuits include:
- Failure to warn about the risk of Just for Men allergies or skin reactions;
- Providing inadequate instructions about the safe use of the hair dye;
- Withholding info about Just for Men problems experienced by users;
- Making changes or alterations to the product;
- Failure to issue a Just for Men recall to remove ingredients that are known skin irritants;
- Placing profits before consumers safety;
No Fees or Expenses Unless You Receive a Just For Men Dye Settlement
Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. is a nationally known injury law firm that is focused exclusively on representing individuals, we do not represent corporations or insurance companies.
Over the course of more than 40 years, our personal injury lawyers have collected more than $1 billion in compensation for our clients in cases of medical malpractice, automobile accidents, product liability and other personal injury lawsuits.
All Just For Men dye lawsuits will be handled by our attorneys on a contingency fee basis, which means that there are never any out-of-pocket expenses to hire our law firm and we only receive a fee if compensation is secured for our client.
Protect your family and find out if you or a loved one may be eligible for a Just for Men injury lawsuit. Request a free consultation and case evaluation.