Hundreds of women sue hair care label endorsed by Alyssa Milano over claims it made hair fall out

Hundreds of women sue hair care label endorsed by Alyssa Milano over claims it made hair fall out

Hundreds of women are coming forward after they claim a popular celebrity-endorsed hair product is causing their hair to fall out in clumps and leaving unsightly sores on their scalp, making them depressed and not wanting to go out in public.

More than 200 people in 40 states have filed a class action lawsuit against Wen, a cleansing conditioner developed by Los Angeles-based hairstylist Chaz Dean, alleging that using the formula has resulted in baldness, rashes, scalp irritation, hair breakage, and hair discoloration.

Wen, which has featured Brooke Shields and Alyssa Milano in its infomercials, describes its product as a sulfate-free alternative to shampoo that works as a ‘shampoo, conditioner, deep conditioner, detangler, and leave-in conditioner’, but women who have used the product say it has caused irreparable damage to their hair.

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