Lawsuit Claims Certain ‘All-Natural’ Credo Beauty Products Contain Synthetic Ingredients
Last Updated on May 8, 2018
Cohen v. Eco-Chic LLC
Filed: September 5, 2017 ◆§ 3:17-cv-05146
Credo Beauty's parent company is facing a lawsuit alleging some of its supposedly natural products contain synthetic ingredients.
A proposed class action claims defendant Eco-Chic LLC, which operates under the Credo Beauty name, violated California and New Jersey consumer protection and false advertising laws by purporting its makeup and skincare products as completely natural despite the products containing synthetic ingredients. The lawsuit alleges the below products miss the mark with regard to Credo Beauty’s all-natural advertising and packaging claims:
- Antonym Cosmetics Lipstick Pencil
- Lily Lolo Lipstick
- Rahua Shampoo
- Ursa Major Hoppin’ Fresh Deodorant
- MCMC Desert Rose Atmosphere Mist
- MCMC Dude No. 1 All Natural Cologne
- MCMC Sea Glass Atmosphere Mist
- Lovefresh Grapefruit Deodorant
- Rahua Detox & Renewal Treatment Kit
- HAN Skincare Cosmetics Cheek & Lip Tint
- HAN Skincare Cosmetics Lip Gloss
- RMS Mascara - Defining
- Lily Lolo Mascara
- Rahua Voluminous Conditioner
Notably, the lawsuit claims after Credo Beauty received notice of the plaintiff’s allegations, the company changed its website to reflect that all of its products “are either natural (formulated using plants), or made with a combination of safe/non-toxic synthetic ingredients combined with plants.”
“[Eco-Chic] even falsely assures consumers that because it carefully screens the ingredients in its products, consumers do not even need to read product labels—[the defendant] does it for them,” the lawsuit reads. “[Eco-Chic] explicitly tells consumers to trust it then betrays that trust.”
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