Hair Straightening Products Uterine Cancer Lawsuit

Hair Straightening Products Uterine Cancer Lawsuit Overview

The hair straightening products Uterine Cancer lawsuit has been filed after a new study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute established the first epidemiologic evidence of a connection between hair straightening (or “hair relaxing”) products and uterine cancer.

The study, overseen by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), revealed that females who used chemical hair straightening products frequently (more than four times per year) were more than twice as likely to be diagnosed with uterine cancer than individuals who never used the products.

Hair Straightening Products Causing Uterine Cancer

If you or someone you love used chemical hair straightening products consistently and were later diagnosed with uterine cancer, you could be entitled to seek compensation from the maker(s) of the product you used.

Companies have a legal responsibility to manufacture and sell safe products, and numerous companies seemingly failed to honor that obligation when they created hair straightening products using hazardous chemicals.

If you think your uterine cancer was caused by frequent exposure to hair-relaxing products, you deserve a chance to hold the manufacturer accountable for their negligence.

Contact TruLaw for a free, no-risk consultation to find out whether you have a case.

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Lawsuit Updates

  • September 2023 Updates:

    September 6th, 2023:

    Throughout the past month, several noteworthy developments have come forth. During a recent status conference presided over by Judge Rowland, a firm deadline of August 30, 2023, has been established for the submission of a joint written status report concerning the dismissal motions related to McBride, the defendant.

    There was also debate at the conference regarding Federal Rule 26(a)(1) and 30 (b)(6), which involve expert witnesses and company testimonials. Both parties were arguing that the other’s witness selection and testimonial strategies did not align with one of the federal statutes.

    Additionally, Dabur International, the parent company of Namaste Laboratories and a prominent defendant in the hair relaxer lawsuit, switched its legal counsel from Kirkland & Ellis LLC with new attorneys from Baker & McKenzie LLP.

    And earlier this month, Dermoviva Skin Essentials Inc. was removed from the class action, however, the possibility of its reinstatement is still under consideration.

  • August 2023 Updates:

    August 26th, 2023:

    Judge Rowland has slated a discovery hearing for October 2nd, 2023.

    August 21st, 2023:

    A woman from Brooklyn, Minnesota, has become a recent addition to the hair relaxer class action MDL.

    The lawsuit alleges that between 1985 and 2011, the plaintiff used three chemical hair relaxer products: ORS Olive Oil, Just for Me, and S&B Botanicals. In 2019, the plaintiff was diagnosed with endometrial cancer, which she attributes to the use of these hair relaxer products.

    August 18th, 2023: 
    New hair relaxer cancer lawsuits can now be submitted directly to the class action MDL using an approved Short Form Complaint, as authorized by Judge Rowland. This new process is expected to streamline and expedite the filing of such lawsuits, potentially resulting in a higher number of new filings in the MDL.

    30 new cases have been added to the hair relaxer class action MDL over the previous month, bringing the total number of pending cases to 275.

    August 1st, 2023:

    New hair relaxer cancer lawsuits can now be submitted directly to the class action MDL using an approved Short Form Complaint, as authorized by Judge Rowland. This new process is expected to streamline and expedite the filing of such lawsuits, potentially resulting in a higher number of new filings in the MDL.

  • July 2023 Updates:

    July 18th 2023:

    The MDL saw a significant increase in hair relaxer cancer lawsuits last month, with 87 new cases added, marking the highest monthly total since the start of the MDL.

    This surge continues a steady upward trend in new case filings observed over the past four months. In February, there were only 21 pending cases in the MDL, but currently, there are 236 pending cases.

    July 5th, 2023:

    Revlon provided an update on their ongoing bankruptcy proceedings and responded to the plaintiffs’ status report, submitted on June 30, 2023, before the MDL judge.

    Despite being in bankruptcy, the significance of Revlon’s case lies in its possession of a substantial insurance policy to cover hair relaxer cancer lawsuits.

    The company is responsible for various hair relaxer brands, including Crème of Nature, African Pride, French Perm, Fabulaxer, Revlon Professional, Revlon Realistic, Herbarich, and All Ways Natural Relaxer.

  • June 2023 Updates:

    June 8th, 2023:

    Attorneys representing victims in federal hair relaxer lawsuits are urging the Court to reject a proposal by the product manufacturers to divide the discovery process, citing concerns about potential lengthy delays in the litigation.

    Manufacturers of hair relaxer products, in response to mounting lawsuits, have requested the court to bifurcate discovery.

    This would limit discovery to general causation information on the link between hair relaxers and cancer while staying all other discovery related to manufacturers’ liability, awareness of risks, and extent of damages.

    In a brief submitted on June 5th, plaintiffs underscored bifurcation’s potential to cause substantial delays in the litigation process, escalate costs significantly, and its track record of being “incredibly inefficient” in achieving a resolution or settlement.

  • May 2023 Updates:

    A new study reveals that chemical hair straighteners can impact a person’s ability to have children.

    Both current and former users of chemical hair straighteners are at risk.

    There is also a connection between sustained scalp burns when using these products and lower chances of a successful pregnancy.

  • April 2023 Updates:

    April 1st, 2023:

    The MDL judge issued an order that enables any plaintiff whose case would be subjected to transfer to the hair relaxer class action lawsuit to file their case directly in the MDL in the Northern District of Illinois.

    The order includes specific procedures for direct filing, such as paying a filing fee and designating a venue in the complaint.

    However, this order does not waive any party’s legal rights or remedies, nor does it determine the jurisdiction or choice of law.

    Defendants do not have to respond to any complaint filed directly in the MDL unless ordered by the court or agreed upon by the parties.

    The number of new hair relaxer lawsuits filed across the country has been increasing, with over 200 pending cases and 38 new lawsuits filed in federal courts in the last two weeks of March.

    With the recent order allowing new cases to be filed directly in the hair relaxer class action MDL, it is expected that the rate of new filings will increase even further.

  • March 2023 Updates:

    March 2nd, 2023:

    The hair relaxer class action MDL will undergo its first status conference in Chicago, presided over by MDL Judge Mary Rowland.

    One of the first orders of business for Judge Rowland will be the selection of a plaintiffs’ steering committee (PSC).

    The PSC will consist of a group of plaintiffs’ lawyers appointed by Judge Rowland, who will meet regularly to make collective decisions on behalf of all plaintiffs involved in the litigation.

    Judge Rowland will also address other procedural matters such as discovery protocol for electronic information and evidence preservation.

  • February 2023 Updates:

    February was a significant month for the hair relaxer product liability lawsuits.

    February 1st, 2023:

    Seven new lawsuits were filed in federal courts, spread across several districts in the United States.

    These cases brought the total number of hair relaxer lawsuits filed in January to 23.

    The JPML was expected to consolidate these cases into a new class action lawsuit sometime in February, with Chicago being the likely venue.

    February 5th, 2023:

    The EPA announced that it plans to regulate phthalates, which are believed to cause hormone cancers like uterine and ovarian cancer, like Diisononyl Phthalate (DINP), a chemical found in hair relaxer products.

    February 6th, 2023:

    The MDL panel agreed to form a hair relaxer class action lawsuit and that Illinois would be the most appropriate venue for the case.

    February 7th, 2023:

    Judge Mary Rowland was appointed as the judge for the mass tort.

    Since then, eleven more hair relaxer product liability lawsuits were filed in federal courts, with seven being filed in the Northern District of Illinois, and the remaining four being transferred into the new MDL hair relaxer class action lawsuit in Chicago.

    February 27th, 2023

    24 new hair relaxer lawsuits were filed, marking the highest weekly volume of new hair relaxer product liability lawsuits to date and potentially the start of a major wave of new cases.

    All 24 cases were filed in the Northern District of Illinois where the hair relaxer class action is already pending.

  • January 2023 Updates:

    The Hair Relaxer Lawsuit is growing, and more cases are being filed across the country on behalf of women who have suffered.

    As momentum grows for the lawsuit in the US, L’Oreal is also facing legal action in Canada.

    A class action lawsuit was filed against the hair product manufacturer.

    The class action claim against L’Oreal claims that its products contain certain chemicals that may cause serious health problems.

    Contact us for a free consultation.

    You can also use the chatbot on this page to find out whether you qualify for a Hair Relaxer claim instantly.

What Are the Hair Product Uterine Cancer Lawsuits?

On October 24, 2022, The Washington Post and other outlets reported that a federal lawsuit was filed against L’Oréal and other cosmetics companies, alleging that hazardous chemicals found in their hair straightening products put consumers at an increased risk of developing uterine cancer.

The lawsuit was filed by Jenny Mitchell, who was forced to undergo a hysterectomy at 28 after being diagnosed with uterine cancer.

The lawsuit was filed just a short time after the NIH published the results of their study.

The study followed 33,497 Sister Study participants over 10+ years and confirmed a link between hair-relaxing products and uterine cancer.

The findings were especially concerning for Black women like Mitchell, who have reported using chemical hair straightening products at higher rates than other demographics.

Uterine cancer is more common among Black women than women in other groups, and tragically, Black women are also more likely to die due to uterine cancer than women from other demographics.

Still, anyone who developed uterine cancer after using chemical hair straightening products could be entitled to recover damages through a civil lawsuit.

If you meet these criteria, you might be able to pursue compensation for medical expenses, in-home care, lost income, lost quality of life, mental anguish, pain and suffering, and other losses.

To determine whether you qualify for a lawsuit, you should reach out to an experienced Illinois product liability lawyer at TruLaw.

What Is Uterine Cancer?

Uterine cancer is an umbrella term for a group of cancers that affect the uterus.

The uterus, where unborn fetuses grow during pregnancy, is the primary component of the female reproductive system.

Some of the most common signs and symptoms of uterine cancer include:

  • Pain in the pelvic area
  • Abnormal vaginal discharge
  • Irregular vaginal bleeding between periods or after menopause
  • Pain during sexual intercourse
  • Abnormal menstruation
  • Abnormal weight loss

There are two types of uterine cancer: endometrial cancer and uterine sarcoma.

Endometrial cancer is far more common than uterine sarcoma.

According to the American Cancer Society, it is the most prevalent cancer of the female reproductive system.

Endometrial cancer occurs in the inner lining of the uterus when cells there grow out of control and form a tumor.

A hysterectomy is typically the recommended course of treatment.

The other type of uterine cancer, uterine sarcoma, is a much rarer type of cancer than endometrial cancer.

It occurs in the muscle of the uterus as well as in surrounding tissues.

The American Cancer Society says that uterine sarcomas account for just two to five percent of uterine cancers.

Which Chemicals in Hair Straightening Products Are Linked to Uterine Cancer?

The NIH study didn’t compile data on specific brands that participants used, but it did name numerous chemicals typically found in hair straightening products that could increase the likelihood of developing uterine cancer.

Those chemicals include:

  • Formaldehyde
  • Parabens
  • Sodium hydroxide
  • Triclosan
  • Bisphenol A
  • Heavy metals
  • Diethanolamine
  • Benzophenone-3
  • Cyclosiloxanes

The chemicals in hair straightening products have also been linked to breast cancer and other hormone-related cancers.

Who Is Most At-Risk of Developing Uterine Cancer Due to Hair Products?

Women who regularly use hair straightening products may have a higher risk of developing uterine cancer when compared with people who don’t use these products.

Because hair straightening products (also called hair relaxers) are very popular with Black women, Black women may be more vulnerable to developing uterine cancer from these products than other groups.

Black women already pass away due to uterine cancer at double the rate of other racial and ethnic groups.

According to the University of Washington, the mortality rate for Black women with endometrial cancer is 39.1 percent.

For white women, it is 19.8 percent. In general, Black women have a 55 percent higher mortality rate for endometrial cancer than other demographics.

Contact TruLaw for Help with Your Hair Product Uterine Cancer Lawsuit

The attorneys at TruLaw are currently investigating claims that the chemicals found in hair relaxers can lead to uterine cancer.

If you believe you qualify for a lawsuit, you should contact a product liability attorney at TruLaw for a free, instant case evaluation.

The recent federal lawsuit filed by Jenny Mitchell has been called a “watershed moment” for women of color who were never warned about the dangers of frequently using hair straightening products by L’Oréal and other cosmetic companies.

The fact that many Black women straighten their hair because of societal pressures makes this issue even more tragic.

We will be monitoring the status of civil legal action against the manufacturers of hair straightening products as we gather prospective clients and work to assess the viability of hair product uterine cancer lawsuits.

Reach out to our legal team today if you think you might have a case.

We’ll review the details of your situation and discuss your legal options.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the association between hair relaxer products and uterine cancer?

    The association between hair relaxer products and uterine cancer is a topic of ongoing research and discussion in the scientific community.

    Key Points:

    1. Studies indicate a possible connection.
    2. The link requires further research.
    3. Individual risk can be affected by several factors.

    Studies Indicate a Possible Connection:

    Research has suggested a potential link between the use of hair relaxer products and an increased risk of uterine cancer.

    However, it’s important to note that these findings are preliminary and not yet definitive.

    The Link Requires Further Research:

    While initial studies have indicated a potential connection, this link requires further investigation.

    More comprehensive research is needed to conclusively establish the relationship between hair relaxer use and uterine cancer.

    Individual Risk Can Be Affected By Several Factors:

    The risk of developing uterine cancer from hair relaxer use can be influenced by various factors.

    These include genetic predisposition, lifestyle choices, and the frequency of product usage.

    To conclude, while there is some evidence suggesting a link between hair relaxer use and uterine cancer, more research is needed to confirm this association.

    Individual risk factors also play a significant role in determining the likelihood of developing this condition.

  • Is it possible to pursue legal action if I developed health conditions after using chemical hair relaxers?

    Legal recourse may be available for individuals who have developed health conditions after using chemical hair relaxers.

    Key Points:

    1. Legal action is a viable option.
    2. Lawsuits have been lodged against manufacturers.
    3. Manufacturers are accused of not adequately informing consumers.

    Legal Action is a Viable Option:

    If you’ve developed health issues such as cancer, endometriosis, or uterine fibroids after using chemical hair relaxers, you may be able to pursue legal action.

    This can provide compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and other damages.

    Lawsuits Have Been Lodged Against Manufacturers:

    Numerous lawsuits have been filed against the manufacturers of these products.

    These legal actions seek to hold the companies accountable for the health issues experienced by users of their products.

    Manufacturers are Accused of Not Adequately Informing Consumers:

    The lawsuits allege that the manufacturers of hair relaxer products did not sufficiently warn consumers about potential health risks.

    This includes a heightened risk of developing conditions like uterine cancer.

    To conclude, if you’ve developed health conditions after using chemical hair relaxers, pursuing legal action may be a viable option.

    Manufacturers are currently facing lawsuits for allegedly failing to adequately inform consumers about the potential risks associated with their products.

  • What is the risk of uterine cancer for frequent users of hair straighteners?

    The risk of uterine cancer for frequent users of hair straighteners is a subject of ongoing research.

    Key Points:

    1. Research suggests a higher risk.
    2. Individual risk can vary significantly.
    3. More research is necessary to establish a definitive correlation.

    Research Suggests a Higher Risk:

    Preliminary studies suggest that regular users of hair straighteners might face a higher risk of uterine cancer.

    This potential link is a cause for concern and warrants further investigation.

    Individual Risk Can Vary Significantly:

    It’s important to note that individual risk can vary greatly.

    Factors such as genetic predisposition, lifestyle choices, and the frequency of product usage can all influence a person’s risk of developing uterine cancer.

    More Research is Necessary to Establish a Definitive Correlation:

    While initial studies suggest a potential risk, more comprehensive research is necessary to definitively establish a correlation between the frequent use of hair straighteners and an increased risk of uterine cancer.

    To conclude, while there is some evidence suggesting a higher risk of uterine cancer for frequent users of hair straighteners, more research is needed to confirm this link.

    Individual risk factors also play a significant role in determining the likelihood of developing this condition.

  • What are the claims in the uterine cancer lawsuit related to hair relaxers?

    The uterine cancer lawsuits related to hair relaxers involve several key claims against the manufacturers of these products.

    Key Points:

    1. Manufacturers did not sufficiently warn consumers.
    2. Plaintiffs developed health issues following product use.
    3. The lawsuits involve potential health hazards.

    Manufacturers Did Not Sufficiently Warn Consumers:

    The lawsuits claim that the manufacturers of hair relaxer products did not adequately inform consumers about the potential risks associated with their products.

    This includes a possible increased risk of uterine cancer.

    Plaintiffs Developed Health Issues Following Product Use:

    Some plaintiffs in these lawsuits allege that they developed health conditions, such as uterine cancer, after using hair relaxer products.

    They argue that their health issues are a direct result of using these products.

    The Lawsuits Involve Potential Health Hazards:

    The core of these lawsuits revolves around potential health hazards associated with the use of hair relaxer products.

    The plaintiffs argue that the manufacturers failed to provide sufficient warning about these risks.

    To conclude, the uterine cancer lawsuits related to hair relaxers primarily claim that manufacturers did not adequately warn consumers about potential health risks.

    Some plaintiffs argue that they developed health issues as a direct result of using these products.

  • What might be the potential settlement value for a hair relaxer cancer lawsuit?

    The potential settlement value for a hair relaxer cancer lawsuit can vary widely based on several factors.

    Key Points:

    1. Settlement value depends on case specifics.
    2. Severity of injuries impacts settlement value.
    3. Manufacturer’s alleged negligence plays a role.

    Settlement Value Depends on Case Specifics:

    The potential settlement value for a hair relaxer cancer lawsuit can significantly vary.

    It largely depends on the specifics of the case, including the evidence presented, the jurisdiction, and the parties involved.

    Severity of Injuries Impacts Settlement Value:

    The severity of the plaintiff’s injuries is a crucial factor in determining the settlement value.

    More severe injuries, such as advanced-stage cancer, may lead to higher settlement amounts due to increased medical costs and suffering.

    Manufacturer’s Alleged Negligence Plays a Role:

    The extent of the manufacturer’s alleged negligence also plays a role in determining the settlement value.

    If the manufacturer is found to have knowingly concealed risks or failed to adequately warn consumers, this could increase the potential settlement amount.

    To conclude, the potential settlement value for a hair relaxer cancer lawsuit can vary significantly based on the specifics of the case, the severity of the plaintiff’s injuries, and the extent of the manufacturer’s alleged negligence.

  • What injuries are typically included in the hair relaxer cancer lawsuit?

    The hair relaxer cancer lawsuits typically include a range of health conditions that plaintiffs allege were caused by the use of these products.

    Key Points:

    1. Lawsuits usually include conditions like uterine cancer.
    2. Endometriosis is often included in the claims.
    3. Uterine fibroids are also frequently mentioned.

    Lawsuits Usually Include Conditions Like Uterine Cancer:

    The primary health condition included in hair relaxer cancer lawsuits is uterine cancer.

    Plaintiffs allege that their use of hair relaxer products directly led to the development of this condition.

    Endometriosis is Often Included in the Claims:

    Endometriosis, a painful disorder in which tissue similar to the lining inside the uterus grows outside the uterus, is another condition often included in these lawsuits.

    Plaintiffs claim that the use of hair relaxer products contributed to the development of this condition.

    Uterine Fibroids are Also Frequently Mentioned:

    Uterine fibroids, noncancerous growths of the uterus, are also frequently mentioned in these lawsuits.

    Plaintiffs allege that their use of hair relaxer products led to the development of these fibroids.

    To conclude, the hair relaxer cancer lawsuits typically include health conditions such as uterine cancer, endometriosis, and uterine fibroids.

    Plaintiffs allege these conditions were caused by the use of hair relaxer products.

  • How does frequent use of hair relaxers potentially increase the risk of uterine cancer?

    The potential increase in the risk of uterine cancer due to frequent use of hair relaxers is a topic of ongoing research.

    Key Points:

    1. Regular use might heighten the risk.
    2. Individual risk can vary significantly.
    3. More research is necessary to establish a definitive correlation.

    Regular Use Might Heighten the Risk:

    Research indicates that the regular use of hair relaxers might increase the risk of uterine cancer.

    This potential link is a cause for concern and warrants further investigation.

    Individual Risk Can Vary Significantly:

    It’s important to note that individual risk can vary greatly.

    Factors such as genetic predisposition, lifestyle choices, and the frequency of product usage can all influence a person’s risk of developing uterine cancer.

    More Research is Necessary to Establish a Definitive Correlation:

    While initial studies suggest a potential risk, more comprehensive research is necessary to definitively establish a correlation between the frequent use of hair relaxers and an increased risk of uterine cancer.

    To conclude, while there is some evidence suggesting a higher risk of uterine cancer for frequent users of hair relaxers, more research is needed to confirm this link.

    Individual risk factors also play a significant role in determining the likelihood of developing this condition.

  • Do chemical hair relaxer solutions contain undisclosed endocrine-disrupting chemicals?

    The presence of undisclosed endocrine-disrupting chemicals in chemical hair relaxer solutions is a subject of ongoing research.

    Key Points:

    1. Some research suggests the presence of endocrine-disrupting chemicals.
    2. These findings require further research for confirmation.

    Some Research Suggests the Presence of Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals:

    Some studies suggest that hair relaxer products might contain chemicals that disrupt the endocrine system.

    These chemicals could potentially lead to health complications, including hormonal imbalances and related diseases.

    These Findings Require Further Research for Confirmation:

    While some research points to the presence of endocrine-disrupting chemicals in hair relaxer products, these findings require further research for confirmation.

    It’s important to note that the presence and impact of these chemicals can vary based on the specific product and its formulation.

    To conclude, some research suggests that hair relaxer products might contain endocrine-disrupting chemicals.

    However, these findings require further research for confirmation.

  • What are the frequently asked questions in the hair relaxer cancer lawsuit?

    The hair relaxer cancer lawsuit has prompted a variety of frequently asked questions from concerned individuals.

    Key Points:

    1. Questions often revolve around potential risks.
    2. The procedure for filing a lawsuit is a common query.
    3. The potential settlement value of a case is frequently asked.

    Questions Often Revolve Around Potential Risks:

    Many individuals are concerned about the potential risks of using hair relaxer products.

    They often ask about the link between these products and various health conditions, including uterine cancer.

    The Procedure for Filing a Lawsuit is a Common Query:

    Another common question is about the procedure for filing a lawsuit.

    Individuals want to know how they can take legal action if they believe they have been harmed by hair relaxer products.

    The Potential Settlement Value of a Case is Frequently Asked:

    Many individuals are curious about the potential settlement value of a hair relaxer cancer lawsuit.

    They want to understand what compensation they might expect if their lawsuit is successful.

    To conclude, the frequently asked questions in the hair relaxer cancer lawsuit often revolve around the potential risks of using these products, the procedure for filing a lawsuit, and the potential settlement value of a case.

  • How can I get detailed information or ask specific questions related to my situation?

    Obtaining detailed information or asking specific questions related to your situation often requires professional legal consultation.

    Key Points:

    1. Consult with a lawyer for specific questions.
    2. Lawyers can provide personalized advice.
    3. Legal professionals can guide you through the legal process.

    Consult with a Lawyer for Specific Questions:

    For specific questions or a detailed discussion about your case, it’s recommended to consult with a lawyer.

    Legal professionals specializing in product liability or personal injury law can provide the most accurate and relevant advice.

    Lawyers Can Provide Personalized Advice:

    A lawyer can provide personalized advice based on the specifics of your case.

    This can include an evaluation of your potential claim, an explanation of your legal rights, and a discussion of possible legal strategies.

    Legal Professionals Can Guide You Through the Legal Process:

    Navigating the legal process can be complex and challenging.

    A lawyer can guide you through each step, from filing a lawsuit to negotiating a settlement or preparing for trial.

    To conclude, for detailed information or specific questions related to your situation, it’s recommended to consult with a lawyer specializing in product liability or personal injury law.

    They can provide personalized advice and guide you through the legal process.

Written By:
Jessie Paluch
Jessie Paluch

Experienced Attorney & Legal SaaS CEO

With over 25 years of legal experience, Jessie is an Illinois lawyer, a CPA, and a mother of three.  She spent the first decade of her career working as an international tax attorney at Deloitte.

In 2009, Jessie co-founded her own law firm with her husband – which has scaled to over 30 employees since its conception.

In 2016, Jessie founded TruLaw, which allows her to collaborate with attorneys and legal experts across the United States on a daily basis. This hypervaluable network of experts is what enables her to share reliable legal information with her readers!

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