Coppertone Facial Sunscreen Is Repackaged Body Lotion At Higher Price – Proposed Class Action
Beiersdorf, Inc. labels its Coppertone Sport Mineral FACE sunscreen as formulated for face. Aside from its higher cost and different bottle, however, it is no different from Coppertone Sport Mineral lotion, claims a lawsuit filed in Connecticut federal court seeking class action status.
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