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Injuries from cosmetic products can come in a wide variety of forms — from allergic reactions to infections and other complications. There are two main legal theories that a person injured by a cosmetic product (the plaintiff) could sue under: product liability and breach of warranty. This article discusses what a plaintiff in a cosmetic injury suit must prove under either theory, cases specifically related to allergic reactions, and the possibility of class action lawsuits.
The most likely theory to be used in a lawsuit involving cosmetic product injuries is product liability. An injured plaintiff can sue both the manufacturer and/or the seller (the defendant) of the cosmetic product if his or her injury was caused by a defect, a defective design or improper labeling. Most states follow what is called the “strict product liability” rule, although a few still use traditional negligence rules.
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Keratin Complex Smoothing Treatment. This treatment is $350. Thru the month of February I’m offering $50. OFF call/text (310)384-9360 email: email@example.com to schedule
Smoothing treatments can be the most amazing 5 months of your life. Easy hair days. Keratin Complex lasts up to 5 months. Brazilian BlowOut is also great for a very specific kind of hair. Also, Cezanne a smoothing treatment launched just last year completely formaldehyde free.
If you are just getting caught up on your blog reading, we are in the middle of a month of risking here at Lark & Bloom. An Uncomfortable January has been full of stories and thoughts from people who are getting out of their comfort zones and chasing their dreams. ( click here to read them all ) Today, I’m happy to interview Jen Stanbro, a stay-at-home mom turned recording artist.
Describe your dream of being a recording artist? Have you always wanted to do it?
Yes! From the time I was a little girl.
A childhood memory that resonates within me still today is of this time when I was watching one of Mariah Carey’s first ever concerts on TV. She was brand new to the scene so I couldn’t have been more than 7 years old.
I remember listening intently to every note she sang, every little…
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Try everything you will never know until you try
Amazing shoot. I fell everything he is saying
It is the final stretch of An Uncomfortable January, a series dedicated to taking risks. Today I am interviewing one of the riskiest people I know. Ian was an Army Ranger and risked his life for our nation (insert a standing ovation for all who have served our country) and is now a fashion photographer. Today he is sharing his thoughts with us. Spoiler Alert: His answer to #7 is pure gold.
1. I’ve known you for about 5 years or so, but why don’t you go ahead and tell everyone a bit about yourself.
Well, my name is Ian. I am from Detroit, Michigan. I grew up there my entire life in a home with my twin brother and wonderful mother. When I was 18 I joined the US Army to pursue a career in the military. I am now…
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Organix Shampoo Maker Agrees to $6.5M Class Action Settlement Get Your Money!!!!
The maker of Organix skin and hair care products has agreed to pay $6.5 million to settle a class action lawsuit over claims that it falsely labeled its products as organic. The Organix class action settlement was filed in California federal court on August 22 and resolves all claims related to its allegedly deceptive marketing and advertising practices.
Under the terms of the Organix settlement, defendant Vogue International will pay $6.5 million into a fund set aside to compensate consumers who purchased Organix products. Class Members who submit valid claims are eligible to receive $4 for each Organix product they purchased, up to a maximum of $28. The class action settlement will also prohibit Vogue from manufacturing skin and hair care products under the Organix brand. The company also agreed to stop using the term “organic” on a…
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I have a love-hate relationship with this phrase : Don’t despise the days of small beginnings.
Here is the part I love: Small beginnings can have big endings. You know, the whole thing about a small acorn holding within it a big oak tree.
Here is the part I hate: What happens when the “beginning” was ten years ago?
What if we are in the middle and it is still small? No resources, no recognition and no growth at the beginning is expected. Things take time…but eventually time passes and we can’t really say we are in the beginning anymore.
Nope, we are smack in the middle now. Some of us still find ourselves with no resources, no recognition and no growth. I’m gonna be honest here.
I despise the days of small middles.
It’s just not fair.
Maybe you dream of being a photographer and started…
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I seem to find the long cuts instead of short ones