It feels like my head has been severely burned. It always feels overly dry and is completely frizzy, it never used to be. His once tight ringlets have now become straight with hardly any wave to them at all. Despite the things I was experiencing, I continued to believe that a product aimed at flourishing curly hair could never do those things. I used to wash my hair every three days, by 2019 I was washing my hair every day because it was so itchy and dry. I’m from Chicago. Curly girls invest time and money into what we put in our hair, and sadly we put our trust in a brand that was doing more harm then any type of good. My hair became dry and frizzy, so unknownly, I just used more of the product. No volume. I can’t believe that so many other people are going through the same struggle right now, and it’s obvious what the common denominator is. I feel so incredibly protective of my curly girls and want to warn everyone I can to stop using these products immediately. My hair has always been a huge part of my identity as I’m sure has been for all of you. Fast forward 3 years of being a religious devacurl user…my hair slowly started to look more dull and less healthy. Wow. I have been using deva curl since October of last year. When I put my head under the shower head to wet it instead of getting soaked right away my hair is frizzy when it’s wet. I literally just ran into this article and while reading it all now makes sense!! Only used them for a little over a year. Please add me, How do sign up for the law suit . I tired to return it to the store I bought it at, but they refused due to their returnable time policy. }} } );jQuery(document).bind('gform_post_conditional_logic', function(event, formId, fields, isInit){} );, [gravityform id="653" title="false" description="false" ajax="true" field_values="l=Other"],
500-06-001044-201, in the Superior Court of Québec, Canada. But this last year my scalp was sooo itchy, I had such bad dandruff and lots of hair loss. Ever since I switched to Devacurl products, my scalp started getting itchy, my curl pattern started to change, and my hair started falling out in chunks. The overall health of my hair drastically improved when I stopped using DevaCurl but I worry that my hair may not grow back in some places. At first, I thought it was just part of the aging process, but when I saw that so many others had experienced this with Deva. This happens to me too! Thought it was due to aging. In late fall I started getting a ‘breakout’ on my scalp and neck. I had been using Deva Curl products for 10 years, or so. One Facebook group that raises concern about DevaCurl scalp irritation and hair loss reportedly has nearly 50,000 members. My once beautiful long full curls now look stringy and thin. I hope something happens to stop other Deva curl users from experiencing this. Not only that, it created huge amounts of product buildup in my scalp besides hair loss and lack of volume. I have the products still but I discontinued using it after I realized that had to be what was causing it! Not removing build up and impurities from hair and scalp only increases any issues hair may have such as breakage, dryness, products being resistant and shedding. Currently my hair is not falling out and trying to get this curl back, after a year of not using this product. Deva curl needs to take responsibility for what they did to my hair. I was very confused about it and started to care for my hair at home avoiding my hair salon and other products. I also am discovering acne on my scalp. I don’t leave my home without wearing a hat! Let me try. Although DevaCurl describes its products as an innovative way to “gently cleanse curls without stripping the natural oils they need to look healthy, bouncy and simply gorgeous” (www.devacurl.com ), the reported experiences of many users are quite the opposite. I stopped using the products over 6 months ago and my scalp STILL ITCHES. I’m left with a bald spot on the right temple. DevaCurl, a staple in the curly hair community for making the No-Poo alternative shampoo mainstream, faced a stunning blow to its reputation in February after a group of consumers filed three class action lawsuits against its parent brand, Deva Concepts. is_redirect && ! I have been using their shampoo and conditioner for 6 years. My curls are not not bouncy as they once were. I am a waitress and the itching got so bad I’d be in pain at tables just ready to run to the bathroom to scratch my head. On Instagram, a search for #RecallDevaCurl reveals hundreds of posts from consumers urging Deva Concepts to recall the product claims the, According to the DevaCurl hair loss class action lawsuit, Deva Concepts has taken notice of these complaints and posted an update on its, on Feb. 11 to reassure customers that its products have been subjected to “rigorous testing that has confirmed they are safe and adhere to both quality assurance and regulatory standards.”. Now I’m glad I did. Canada’s Competition Bureau Cracks Down on Price Fixing Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Health Canada Recalls Consumer Products Over Hazard Concerns, Kellogg Canada to Phase Out Use of Glyphosate Products. Deva Concepts LLC is facing a class action lawsuit alleging its DevaCurl products cause hair loss. PERSONAL ATTENTION -- INDIVIDUAL RECOVERIES. Now that I read other people’s feedback, I better understand why my hair felt so healthy each time I had A drastic haircut… i guess I was cutting out the damage and allowing my hair to recover.