A proposed class action filed this week claims Cottonelle flushable wipes manufactured by Kimberley-Clark Corporation were contaminated with a rare strain of bacteria that can cause symptoms ranging from minor skin irritation to severe infections.
A class action alleges TRESemmé Keratin Smooth shampoos can cause significant hair loss and scalp irritation and may contain a "well-known human carcinogen."
Three class actions say formulas made by Mead Johnson & Co., Gerber and Target are misleadingly labeled in that buyers are led to believe the products are nutritionally appropriate for toddlers.
A proposed class action filed this week claims CVS-branded “flushable” wipes do not disintegrate in the way consumers would expect and can cause clogs, flooding and other plumbing problems.
A proposed class action filed this week claims the supposedly “grain-free” Nature’s Domain dog and puppy food sold under Costco’s Kirkland brand may contain significant amounts of wheat and other fillers.