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Coppertone Facial Sunscreen Is Repackaged Body Lotion At Higher Price – Proposed Class Action

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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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