“Wen by Chaz Dean is safe and we continue to provide our hundreds of thousands of customers with the Wen by Chaz Dean products that they know and love.” the company said in a statement.
“Since the process of litigation is time consuming and costly, we made a business decision to pursue a settlement and put this behind us so that we can focus on delivering quality products.” This summer the Food and Drug Administration announced that it was launching an investigation of Wen after receiving 127 consumer complaints against the product. In one of our recent blogs, we quoted QVC CEO Mike George’s remarks from a 2Q earnings call with Wall Street analysts last week.
When we heard the fees, which were out of this world, we quickly got off the phone – you know, like you do when you ask to see a piece of jewelry and its so pricey your eyeballs almost fall out of their sockets.
And then you slink out of the store with your tail between your legs?
A lot of paper’s did stories on the short-lived litigation, but we’ll give you this detailed account from “Kelleher’s ‘highly screened’ matches for Daggett included men who were married, mentally unstable, physically ill, pathological liars, serial Lotharios, stalkers, convicted felons, and men unwilling or unable to travel and/or the subject of professional sanctions,” according to the suit. Kelleher advertises in Phoenix magazine, which we subscribe to.
Many years ago, when we were heading out to AZ, we called the dating service to get information about it.
Many QVC customers swear by WEN, and some others complained about losing hair and having problems with their scalp after using it for long periods of time.
At that time, the publication said that a South Cali federal judge would have to approve the deal.
See the Hair Loss Photos Behind the Wen Haircare Lawsuit Settlement Apparently the judge did OK it, because QVC customers who bought Wen from the home shopping network have received emails about the multi-million dollar settlement.
The Food and Drug Administration has announced that it is investigating the Left Coast hair stylist’s products, pointing out that it’s received more complaints about WEN than it’s ever received for any other hair-cleansing product. And WEN’s Sweet Almond Mint has caused the most problems.
We previously blogged about a class action lawsuit had been filed against Dean by disgruntled customers who claimed that his products were making their hair fall out.