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J&J Agrees To $6.75M Aveeno Active Naturals Class Settlement

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

The firm failed in motions to dismiss plaintiff claims and block class certification in a suit alleging that Aveeno Active Naturals products are falsely advertised because they contain synthetic ingredients. Meanwhile, class certification was granted recently in a separate case concerning Aveeno Baby "natural" claims, which could portend another settlement to come.

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