Watch Your Head: Women Sue L’Oreal For Causing Perm-Burns That Scalded Them Bald

- By Bossip Staff

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Yikes…

Women File Class Action Suit Against L’Oreal Over Relaxer Hair Loss

A group of women have come forward with a $5 million lawsuit against L’Oreal, alleging that the company sold them a product that burned their scalps so severely that they’ve been left with bald patches.

According to TMZ, the company is accused of packaging a celebrity-backed product called SoftSheen-Carson Optimum Amla Legend No-Mix, No-Lye Relaxer, stating that it actually protects scalp and skin while providing desired results.

But taking a look at these pics:

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We’re doubting this is the look these poor women were going for.

L’Oréal shot back at the women’s lawyers, stating that the product’s packaging warns of scalp burns and hair loss being a potential danger, and provides instruction for safe application.

However, the plaintiff’s firm says it’s crazy to blame the women disfigured by their perm product and want the relaxer pulled from shelves.

Let’s just take a look at what celeb endorsed this scalp-snatching concoction…

=Cynthia Bailey Joins Forces with Optimum Salon Haircare to Launch AMLA Legend at AIRE Ancient Baths in New York City.  (PRNewsFoto/SoftSheen-Carson Laboratories)

Oh no, Cynthia! Well hopefully these women don’t come for her wig as well.

Ladies, let this serve as yet another warning…you need to be CAREFUL putting these chemicals on your head! If you’re going to do the perm thing regardless, PLEASE go to a professional…not your kitchen.

TMZ/PRNewsFoto/SoftSheen-Carson Laboratories

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