It’s an interesting fact that the company has not granted any ‘on camera’ interviews despite numerous requests from media outlets. Celebrity hairstylist Chaz Dean is listed in the ‘class action’ lawsuit with ‘GuethyRenker’, the distributor. Expensive hair care product called WEN, sold primarily in infomercials and popular retail stores like Sephora, Tina says that it all started with a birthday gift from her sister. Nevertheless, the product was not cheap. Now look, a bottle of the highly soughtafter sweet almond mint cleansing conditioner costs $ 35. She claims the mystery to her missing mane was solved as she watched News Channel I always watch Channel I was watching that night, and I couldn’t believe what I heard. Tuesday night her questions were finally answered. Notice, all over the country, women were reporting that they, a single one going through heartbreaking, mysterious hair loss. While in consonance with NBC News, had joined forces to demand action and answers in the lawsuit, including two women from Tampa Bay, more than 200 women.
Tina wants to join the class as well. There will most probably be a third. Actresses like Alyssa Milano and Angie Harmon have appeared in the segments, alongside their wellknown Hollywood hairstylist to the stars. Fact, while educating women on how WEN will change styling habits for the better and repair highly damaged hair, in the ‘on air’ presentation, their friend and product founder, Chaz Dean, takes viewers through a step-by-step process. Police NYC after a gunman opened fire there on Friday, June 30, The gunman, identified as Dr. Henry Bello who used to work at the hospital, returned with a rifle hidden under his whitish lab coat, law enforcement officials said. There’s some more info about this stuff here. Hundreds of women are suing the company that makes Wen.
Tina was excited to begin using the product.
She noticed something odd promptly.
I didn’t even really notice it at first. It was clogged with chunks of my hair. My scalp tingled. This is the case. So I began digging through my drain in my bathtub. You see, it was weird. Notice, so it started, she said. Usually, tina began to notice that bald spots were expanding on her scalp. She would brush her hair and she claims it would come right out of her head. Her scalp will itch and when she scratched it, she tells us, that the hair would rip out from the root. Therefore, look, there’re many reasons why individuals may lose their hair, all unrelated to WEN hair care products. With all that said… Loads of us know that there is no scientific evidence whatsoever to support any claim that our hair care products caused anyone to lose their hair, said Joe Hixson, the spokesperson for WEN. Statement was released by WEN to NBC News, no personal interviews were granted. WFLA spent most of Wednesday reaching out to the WEN Corporation.
Calls were never returned.
I can’t promise a call back today, she said.
Unsuccessful attempts to reach a provided contact number on the website, WFLA was connected to a call center in the Philippines, transferred back to the United States where a hair care specialist promised to pass along our questions and contact information, after repeated. She carefully arranges her strands of hair when she pulls her locks into a ponytail. By the way, the Brooksville motheroftwo doesn’t seek for to leave her house anymore. Tina Bak used to take pleasure in hair care. Seriously. It made her feel good, she admits. Her gutwrenching reality is drastically different. She cries often and dreads looking into a mirror most days. She should spend big bucks on products and conditioning treatments.