We do not distribute a Decolourised Iodine, that you correctly refer to as being water almost white.
For us bring in a bottle or two of the colourless iodine would make the cost to you prohibitive.
So in case you need to pursue the matter I suggest you call ‘18006689453’ and ask the customer service to refer you to a pharmacy in XXXXX who would either stock the product or who could bring it in for you. Infomercial giant GuthyRenker, ld NBC in a statement on July 20.We have confidence in WEN by Chaz Dean.
WEN is used by hundreds of thousands of satisfied customers, and all formulations of the product comply with applicable regulations wherever And so it’s sold.
We have no evidence that WEN, or most of the individual ingredients in WEN, causes hair loss. For instance, last year, morethan 200 people in 40 different states filed a ‘class action’ lawsuit against Wen Hair Care and ‘Guthy Renker’. Lawsuit,filed by the law firm of Christiansen Davis,alleged that using the company’s cleansing conditioner resulted in baldness, rashes, scalp irritation, hair breakage and hair discoloration, NBC News reported.
In a post on its website on July 19, the FDA said consumerswho experienced a reaction after using WEN conditioner products must stop using the product and consult with their dermatologist and akin health care provider. Accordingly the FDA said that as of July 7, 2016, the agency had received 127 adverse event reports directly from consumers about WEN conditioner products, the largest number of reports ever associated with any cosmetic hair cleansing product, including cleansing conditioners. Lawsuit also alleged that the manufacturer knew about these complaints but refused to do anything about them, including removing the products from stores. FDA said it will provide additional updates on its investigation as new information becomes available. Guthy Renker LLC, the companies that market and manufacture the products. Actually, the FDA also said that when itinspected the manufacturing and distribution facilities for these products, it learned that consumers had reported reactions to the products in more than 21000 complaints submitted to Chaz Dean.
In a statement provided to NBC News in December 2015, Wen, ‘GuthyRenker’ and Chaz Dean rebutted the lawsuit’s claims, saying, There is no scientific evidence to support any claim that our hair care products caused anyone to lose their hair. There’re many reasons why individuals may lose their hair, all unrelated to Wen hair products. We encourage any customer with any questions to contact us, the statement added. We intend to vigorously contest the allegations made against our products. FDA has Accordingly the agency said it has called on the company to provide any data that might know the reports of hair loss associated with the use of WEN by Chaz Dean Cleansing Conditioner products. FDA also has reached out to physicians and similar health care providers asking them to notify their patients of hair loss and similar complaints associated with the use of these products and to report adverse events to the agency. Consumers must alsoreport to the FDA any reactions they may have experienced while using the products.