Same Problem, Same Comments! Nothing will Change.

All available under one roof! And at prices salons couldn’t even get it on the shelf for!! Well done

Its the same old same old story in the beauty industry. “DON’T’ buy these products in a store there tampered with. There bootlegged products, brouhaha. Get real people. Professionals keep on whining about how there products are on the internet, in a store. WA WA WA.  This story is written from a add on Facebook so I thought I would give the advertisement my 2 cents.

Why do all of you get excited over this. More than 70 percent use these products and sell them in there salons. You pay for a ticket at a hair show and you learn from these company’s. You join PBA and they support those companies. BTC supports those companies, yet you will like and copy and paste there literature in your walls. Actions speak louder than words my friends. There getting there’s and your getting yours. Why bother. But you will still support the shows, websites, and product lines. And join the organizations.

Reply’s to my comment!

I quit buying from products from supply houses and quit using a certain line when it came out with their own box color. I don’t support lines and companies that don’t support me. I make my retail even when I’m not standing behind the chair and I don’t have to watch my products/my money sit on the shelf and collect dust. I’m tired of giving my hard earned money to big companies that could give a crap if we are out be they want to make money.

All these products are bought directly from manufacturers and sold to supermarkets.. they are not out of date … just cheaper

When a distributor”s contract with a company like TIGI or Any of the other’s, is terminated they sell their inventory to discount stores. We get angry at that company when we need to hold distributors​ accountable for how they sell off products they legally can not sell.

The big companies ARE selling it. End of story

I don’t know why people get so shocked about this anymore. It’s nothing new. “Diversion” isn’t real.
Manufacturers sell to whoever they want.

If you stock product that shows up in a supermarkets. You should dump your supplier and find an exclusively salon one.

THIS WILL NEVER CHANGE MY FRIENDS, NEVER!

 

Defective Products May Cause Serious Personal Injury

The beautiful LiesYou can see the advertisements on television all the time—women running their fingers through their hair, happy because they have dyed their hair to a “brilliant” color. But what happens if the hair dye is a defective product? After all, hair dye contains chemicals that come in close contact not only with your scalp, but with your eyes, nose and mouth, creating the potential for a serious personal injury. Some women say they suffered severe burns after using hair products, including dyes and relaxers.

According to the FDA, some problems reported from hair dyes include hair loss, burning, redness, itchy or raw skin, swelling in the face and trouble breathing. Sometimes, the issue is an allergic reaction, and the FDA warns that such a reaction can occur even after years of using a hair dye product.

Some lawsuits have been filed against hair dye makers, alleging their product caused women to permanently lose their hair. In 2006, a lawsuit was filed against Procter & Gamble, alleging that Clairol “Nice ‘n Easy” hair dye left the plaintiff with chemical burns on her scalp and caused her hair to fall out.

Hair dye chemical burns do not just happen at home. In fact, lawsuits have been filed against salons alleging that clients suffered chemical burns during hair dye treatments. In 2014, a woman filed a $12,000 lawsuit, alleging she suffered a severe chemical burn to her scalp. Her lawsuit seeks expenses for medical care as well as damages for physical and mental pain and suffering.  An article in the FDA’s Consumer magazine notes that hair straighteners and hair dyes are among the agency’s Office of Cosmetics and Colors top consumer complaint areas. Although some complaints are caused by misuse of the product, others may be related to the product itself, and reactions vary from hair breakage to emergency room visits. According to the FDA article, there have been cases where products were labeled as “chemical free” when they actually contained ingredients that most people would consider “chemicals.” In those cases, the products were eventually removed from the market or had their labels changed.  Chemical burns can be incredibly painful and can have severe consequences for victims. They can take a long time to heal, putting patients at risk for infections. The recovery can be expensive, requiring various medicines, including steroids, to heal the burns and creams to stop the pain. Of course, there is also the emotional impact associated with such chemical burns. The scarring of the head and face can be emotionally traumatic for a person, leading to depression and anxiety.

In cases where a defective product has caused personal injury, it is possible to file a lawsuit to hold the company accountable for putting a defective product on the market.