OGX Haircare Products Hair Loss and Scalp Irritation Class Action

In 2012, Johnson & Johnson Consumer, Inc. (JJCI) announced that it was removing certain ingredients from its consumer products by the end of 2015. One of these was DMDM hydantoin. Later, however, it acquired Vogue International, including its OGX hair care products, which do contain DMDM hydantoin. The complaint for this class action alleges that  Read more

OGX Brazilian Keratin Smooth Shampoo

Old Spice and Secret Spray Products Contain Benzene Class Action

Consumers assume that the personal products made by Procter & Gamble are safe for human usage, but this class action bring suit against the company, alleging that some in fact are not. The complaint alleges that certain Old Spice and Secret brand body sprays contain benzene, a carcinogen.  Read more

Old Spice Below Deck Powder Spray

SoClean Uses Toxic Ozone to Clean CPAP Machines Alabama Class Action

SoClean, Inc. makes devices that are meant to clean continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) and similar machines. However, the devices work through the use of ozone, which the complaint for this class action calls “an unstable toxic gas with a pungent characteristic odor…” The complaint alleges that in order for the ozone to be effective  Read more

SoClean 2 CPAP Sanitizing Machine

Alba Botanica “Reef Friendly” Sunscreen Products Class Action

The Hain Celestial Group, Inc. makes Alba Botanica Hawaiian Sunscreens, which it advertises as being “Reef Friendly.” But the complaint for this class action alleges that the sunscreens in fact contain octocrylene and avobenzone, chemicals that are harmful to reefs and to marine life.  Read more

Alba Botanica Hawaiian Sunscreen Coconut Clear Spray 50

Philips CPAP, BiPAP Device PE-PUR Foam Deterioration Illinois Class Action

The defendants in this case—a group of Philips companies, including Koninklijke Philips NV, Philips North America, LLC, and Philips RS North America, LLC—make machines that help people breathe. They include Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) and Bi-Level Positive Airway Pressure (BiPAP) machines as well as mechanical ventilators. The complaint for this class action alleges that  Read more

Philips Respironics BiPAP Machine

Kroger “Reef Friendly” Sunscreen Products Class Action

This class action considers the Kroger Company and Fruit of the Earth, Inc. (FOTE) to be responsible for Kroger’s line of sunscreen lotions and sprays. These products are all labeled as being “Reef-Friendly,” but the complaint alleges that this is not true, and that the products contain substances that are actually harmful to coral reefs  Read more

Kroger Baby Sunscreen

Target Up & Up “Reef Conscious” Sunscreen Products Class Action

Coral reefs are diverse ecosystems but threatened nowadays due to pollution and other causes. The complaint for this class action alleges that consumers know this and many prefer to use sun care products, such as sunscreens, that will not cause further damage. But the complaint alleges that certain sunscreens, from Target Corporation and Fruit of  Read more

Two-pack of Up & Up Kids' Sunscreen Spray

Bondi Sands “Reef Friendly” Sunscreen Products Class Action

Coral reefs are very diverse ecosystems, says the complaint for this class action: “Over half a billion people depend on reefs for food, incomes, and protection.” Consumers are alert to the fact that coral reefs are disappearing, and some prefer to use sunscreen products that will not add to the damage. But the complaint alleges  Read more

Three Bondi Sands Sunscreen Products

Hawaiian Tropic “Reef Friendly” Sunscreen Products Class Action

Certain chemicals found in sunscreens can “bleach” or damage coral reefs. Awareness of this has led consumers to seek out sunscreens that do not cause this damage. The complaint for this class action brings suit against Edgewell Personal Care, LLC for its Hawaiian Tropic Reef Friendly Sunscreen products, which the complaint alleges are not in  Read more

Hawaiian Tropic Antioxidant + Sunscreen Lotion

Supergoop! “Reef-Safe” Sunscreens Contain Harmful Chemicals Class Action

This class action brings suit against Taylor James, LLC, which does business as Supergoop!, alleging false advertising about its Supergoop! “Reef-Safe” chemical sunscreens. The complaint alleges that the sunscreens are advertised as being “Reef-Safe,” when in reality the sunscreens contain active ingredients that do harm to coral reefs and other marine life.  Read more

Supergoop! Unseen Sunscreen SFP 40