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L’Oreal/Matrix Hair Care May Be Weighing Settlement In Case Of Missing Keratin

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Plaintiffs scored class certification Aug. 15 in their false advertising suit against L’Oreal USA and its Matrix Essentials professional hair-care subsidiary, alleging that despite labeling and advertising cues, Biolage Keratindose hair products contain no keratin. Defendants’ motion to dismiss was largely denied in late 2017.

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