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“Just for Men” hair, beard and mustache dye products may cause users to suffer severe chemical burns and allergic reactions, resulting in swelling, scarring and disfigurement.

JUST FOR MEN LAWSUIT STATUS: Product liability lawyers are reviewing “Just for Men” lawsuits on behalf of individuals throughout the United States.

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MANUFACTURER: Combe Inc.

OVERVIEW: “Just For Men” hair coloring was originally released in 1987, and is advertised as a hair, beard and mustache dye specifically to cover up gray hair for men.

There are a host of products in the line, from beard and mustache coloring kits to hair and side burns and even some that are designed to add a touch of gray to hair.

Over the past few years, concerns have emerged about the growing number of reports involving severe chemical burns and other allergic reactions among “Just for Men” users.

The side effects of Just For Men may include:

  • Allergic reactions
  • Burning of the skin
  • Swelling of the skin
  • Severe itching
  • Blisters and weeping sores
  • Trouble breathing due to throat swelling

“JUST FOR MEN” ALLERGIC REACTIONS: Hundreds of reports have been submitted by men who had used the product for years but suddenly suffered severe chemical burns and swelling of the face. In many cases, the “Just for Men” problems emerge long after the dye was first used.

While some have speculated that the company may have changed the formulation of Just For Men, Combe officials have publicly denied that. Sudden allergic reactions among men may also be linked to changes in body chemistry among users.

“Just For Men” dye contains p-Phenylenediamine, an organic compound that is considered one of the most prevalent allergens in the world.

In May 2009, the medical journal Dermatitis listed it as the tenth most prevalent allergen in patch tests, and it was declared Allergen of the Year by the American Contact Dermatitis Society in 2006.

CONTACT A “JUST FOR MEN” CHEMICAL BURN LAWYER ABOUT SETTLEMENTS: Free consultations and claim evaluations are being provided by Just For Men lawyers for men throughout the United States who have suffered chemical burns and other severe allergic reactions after using this product.

As a result of the manufacturers failure to warn about the risk of severe allergic reactions and burns, financial compensation may be available through “Just for Men” settlements or legal actions.

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106 comments

  1. James Reply

    Yes I share a lot of the same reactions….But the PPD…is 21.2% HIGHER in black men… then in white men 4.2%…Did just for men know….most likely. “ACD. WHY do black men ….never mind fuck it.

  2. Dennis Reply

    Your product is garbage and your license to sell it should be pulled immediately. Used the beard dye like everyone else and never had an issue, then all of sudden have severe itching, blisters all over my chin and upper lip. I will never use another product made by just for men again. The name should be just for the trash can as that is where it belongs.

  3. dean Reply

    I did not know what was causing my blisters weeping burning and itchy skin but thank I do now this must stop and I live in England uk

  4. Mr Reply

    I like others used this product for years with no issue then suddenly blisters and angry rashes. Come on.

  5. Curtis Reply

    My face burning ,itching and lips are swollen from using just for men . Oct 18 is when id use it. Now the next day im typing here. Im a trucker with deadlines to meet so i cant stop for medical treatment until im done. Took pictures may contact a lawyer on my own.

  6. Patty Reply

    Oct 19, 2019–Walking through a Nice Park, a Person I know was sitting there, all quiet, Face Swollen, RED AND Weeping WITH Puss. I said, “Jerry, you okay? something’s Wrong? He sat there like a ZOMBE-I said, “How did your face get so Swollen, Red and Weeping Blisters? How long ago did you dye your Stache and Beard? He said 3 days ago–I said, “You shave First, It opened up the pores on your skin and you dumped that DYE on there, you have a chemical burn. Come on we’ll walk to the Hospital–They gave him Hydrocortisone Cream; Presdisone Pills; Acetaminophen–I put a heavy amount of Cream on his Short Beard and chin and Stache-within 30 minutes, he said, “it already feels better at the hospital. He couldn’t even talk it burnt so BAD!! He said, “I just wanted to look like the guy on the BOX-Hospital got a chuckle, but they said, “Don’t do it again”. Jerry is a Black Male as Well, I don’t know that has something to do with the “POOR REACTION”.

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