About Just for Men
Just for Men was released in 1987 by Combe Incorporated and was marketed as a hair dye for men that could help cover gray hair. The company also released similar products to cover gray hair in sideburns, beards, and mustaches, including a product called “Touch of Gray,” to help men with only slight graying.
Just for Men is available in over 15 countries, and retails for around $10 a box in the United States. Television advertisements for the product have featured a number of well-known celebrities, including sports personalities like Emmitt Smith, Keith Hernandez, and Walt Frazier. Additionally, Just for Men has sponsored various sporting events, including events for the PGA and WWE.
Just for Men’s parent company, Combe Incorporated, was founded in 1949 and has its headquarters in White Plains, New York. The company is responsible for a number of well-known brands and products, including Vagisil, Sea-Bond, Odor Eaters, and Just for Men. Additionally, Combe Incorporated was the original creator of the Clearasil brand, which it sold in 1961. In late 2002, the company acquired J.B. Williams along with some of its important brands, including Cepacol and Aqua Velva.
Unfortunately, the company has recently come under scrutiny, as an increasing number of Just for Men users have reported suffering serious burns and other skin damage as a result of using that product. At The Driscoll Firm, we are now investigating claims regarding Just for Men side effects, and want to help you if you or someone you love has suffered as a result of this commercial product. To learn more about your legal rights and options in this situation, contact our Just for Men attorneys today by calling (800) 900-7704.