Class Action Lawsuit Accuses Christian Dior of Exaggerating Foundation Products’ Sunscreen Protection Benefits by More than 1,000%
Lawyers at GUTRIDE SAFIER LLP in San Francisco filed a class action lawsuit last week against Christian Dior, Inc., to seek redress for “deceptive and unlawful practices in labeling and marketing its cosmetic products that make ’24 HR’ claims in conjunction with SPF claims, such as ’24H FOUNDATION … WITH SUNSCREEN’ and ’24H WEAR … FOUNDATION WITH SUNSCREEN.’ The lawsuit says Dior’s sunscreen product provides no more than two hours of protection from harmful sunlight.
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