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Victoria’s Secret Bras Cause Rashes, Scarring, Other Injuries
A growing trickle of complaints from around California alleges that Victoria’s Secret bras promise more than just a lift. These bras are also linked to dozens of complaints of rashes, scars, skin reactions, and other injuries.
These reports of injuries involving the Victoria’s Secret bras, which are so heavily promoted and sought after by young girls and women across California, have been around for a while now. Over the past five years, there has been a slow trickle of complaints involving rashes, allergies, scarring and other injuries suffered by women who wore these bras. In 2008, several women claimed that Victoria’s Secret bras had given them ugly, painful rashes. In one case, the Angel’s Secret Embrace bra had reportedly given a woman rashes that were persistent, and caused severe discomfort and pain.
Tests that were conducted on these bras revealed that these bras contained traces of formaldehyde. However Victoria’s Secret denied that it uses formaldehyde in its bras. Formaldehyde has been confirmed to be a major allergen, and can cause all kinds of skin reactions in women who wear these bras.
Many women who wear the Victoria’s Secret bras have approached the product liability attorneys at our office to understand how the company which spends hundreds of millions of dollars every year in promoting and marketing its bras in high-profile events, can be held accountable for the injuries that these products caused.
If you are a woman who has worn the Victoria’s Secret bras at any time in the past, and have noticed scarring, allergies, itching, scarring, rashes or any other type of skin reactions, speak with a lawyer at our firm.
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