Defective Nad’s Body Wax Strips Reported

 We are currently investigating potential claims on behalf of purchasers of Nad’s Body Wax Strips.  According to numerous consumer reports, certain users of Nad’s Body Wax Strips have experienced a failure of the product upon its application.  Nad’s Body Wax Strips consists of two wax strips used for the removal of unwanted hair.  However, the product has reportedly failed on a consistent basis because the wax does not adhere as intended, and thus causes the product to fail to perform as marketed and advertised.  In other words, the defect renders the product ineffective in meeting its essential purpose.

Nad’s products are distributed through several large United States retailers, including Target, CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens, Amazon.com, and other major retailers.  SI&D, the maker of Nad’s Body Wax Strips, also sells several other products under the brand name Nad’s, including  Nad’s Facial Wax Strips, Nad’s Brazilian and Bikini Wax Kit, and Nad’s Bikini and Underarm Strips.  Thus far, consumer complaints have been limited to Nad’s Body Wax Strips.

While in many instances Nad’s Body Wax Strips retail for less than $10, consumers nonetheless seek relief for having purchased a product that does not work as promised. If you, or anyone you know, have purchased Nad’s Body Wax Strips and found the product to be ineffective or defective, we can provide you further information about any potential claim you may have.  Please respond to our “Contact Us” web page along with a brief summary of your experience with Nad’s Body Wax Strips that did not perform as intended.