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Victoria's Secret sued over bra allergies
Posted: 14 November 2008 1253 hrs

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NEW YORK - US lingerie firm Victoria’s Secret is being sued by dozens of American women who claim their bras are causing them painful rashes.

Roberta Ritter, 37, who had developed “welts that were very red, hot to the touch, extremely inflamed, blistery”, claims to have been left permanently scarred after wearing the Angel Secret Embrace Bra.

She filed for a law suit against Victoria’s Secret in May.

And Ritter isn't alone. Her lawyers said they have received "well over 200 inquiries" from women who experienced the same symptoms.

Ritter’s lawyers purchased the same type of bras and sent them to the lab for tests. Formaldehyde which is used in the textile industry to make fabrics crease-resistant, was detected in the bras.



The lawyers believe the rashes might have been caused by an allergic reaction to formaldehyde.

Victoria's Secret, however, has denied using formaldehyde in its bras.

"We have strict quality controls around our products, and we do not use formaldehyde in our bras," the company said in a statement.

"We are sorry that a small number of people have had an issue," a spokesman for the company said.

"Customer safety and satisfaction are always our primary concerns and we take seriously any issues that our customers may have with our products."

Victoria's Secret Bras -- Unsafe?!

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

One woman says,"The bras put me out of commision for a month! I don't want to go through that again."

A lawsuit filed against Victoria's Secret claims some of the brand's most popular bras are responsible for causing rashes and permanent scarring, Yikes!
 

Roberta Ritter says she recently bought the popular "Angels Secret Embrace" bra as well as the "Very Sexy Extreme Push-Up Bra," two of VS most popular bras. After wearing the bras for several days, she says her skin began to itch which then developed into "ugly red painful welts that were hot to the touch," she said.
 

Ritter's lawyers purchased the same bra types and had them tested at a lab. They say their tests revealed that these bras contained formaldehyde, a chemical many people are allergic to. Ritter's lawyers told ABC News that dozens of other women have contacted them and are experiencing similar problems. They hope to turn this into a class action lawsuit.

Momlogic spoke to a Victoria's Secret spokeswoman who had the following to say: Millions of women love Victoria's Secret bras. We have strict quality controls around our products, and we do not use formaldehyde in our bras. Customer safety and satisfaction are always our primary concerns, and we take very seriously any issues our customers may have with our
products.

Victoria’s Harboring an Itchy Secret?
11-Nov-2008
Written by: Susie Kopecky

Some users are alleging that Victoria’s Secret bras have been causing terrible reactions.

Formaldehyde: not something you'd typically want hanging around in undergarments or lingerie of any sort. Yet, now there are allegations that some Victoria's Secret bras are using the ingredient best known as a preservative of the dead. Some women are saying that after wearing their bras purchased from Victoria's Secret, symptoms arose which included unsightly and uncomfortable welts, and some even claimed they were scarred. In a suit filed in late spring, one woman alleged that her Victoria's Secret bra gave her large, unwieldy red welts, and upon further investigation, her lawyers found traces of formaldehyde on the undergarment. It is possible that an official case could be made against the Victoria's Secret brand, and in court, within less than a year. And that's no secret.

 

 


 
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