nairobbi hair,dying from overuse and the need for quality products,is all too familiar.
And it is not just the cruelty-prone that are the targets of its detractors.
In fact, its critics are quite vocal and even threaten to boycott the company if it continues with its policies, as the brand has gone public in the UK with its name.
The company, which is owned by the same company behind the hair care products that are being blamed for many of its problems, is facing an onslaught of criticism in the US.
Its name is synonymous with the brand, with many people even questioning the ethical and sustainability of its products, which are often made from ingredients sourced from other companies.
In a letter to the brand’s owner, Al Jazeera India reports, “The word ‘vegan’ is not even mentioned on the website of the company.
This is a company that promotes and sells products made from animals and which have to be labelled as such, and these products have to adhere to stringent standards.”
According to the letter, the Indian government has launched an investigation into the brand.
“This has led to a public backlash against the brand,” it adds.
The backlash comes as India is facing a crisis in its hair care industry and its government has been accused of being responsible for some of the worst atrocities in the country.
India is in the midst of a global health crisis, with the country’s population suffering from a number of diseases, with over 80,000 cases of cancer reported in the last year alone.
The government is under fire for failing to take action against the outbreak of the pandemic, which has killed nearly 30,000 people, including nearly 30 lakh children.
The global campaign, dubbed the ‘War on Women’, aims to tackle the problem of female genital mutilation (FGM), or female genital cutting, where female children are forced into the surgical procedure.
India, which claims to be one of the most liberal countries in the world, has not seen any major anti-FGM campaigns in the past, and in the current crisis, there are few signs of the trend changing.