“Baby” eczema cream is not a different product than an adult eczema cream, and in fact, many of these products contain the same ingredients. A baby version of Eucerin may contain the same ingredients as its adult counterpart. And, most of these products cost 60 to 80 cents more than the adult versions. However, if your child is suffering from the same symptoms as you are, they may have a legal claim against the manufacturer of those products.
Cetaphil skin care products
If you have been looking for a skincare product that will help your child with eczema, look no further than the Cetaphil skincare line. In the latest lawsuit filed against Galderma, the company was accused of deceptive marketing and making false claims about its eczema-relieving abilities. Its formulations did not include colloidal oatmeal, a natural ingredient that soothes and relieves the symptoms of eczema.
This organic baby eczema cream contains an ingredient called SalSphere, which restores the skin’s moisture barrier and provides long-term relief for irritated skin. Cetaphil skin care products and baby eczema cream lawsuits highlight the fact that many of these products contain preservatives and fragrances that can trigger allergic reactions in babies.
Cetaphil eczema relief cream
A class action lawsuit filed in California claims that the company engaged in deceptive marketing and false advertising to promote Cetaphil eczema treatment products. The suit claims that Cetaphil failed to properly disclose the ingredients in the product, and misled consumers about its efficacy and safety. As a result, it has been labeled a ‘failure to cure eczema’ by the Food and Drug Administration.
One of the claims in the class action lawsuit alleges that Cetaphil products do not contain colloidal oatmeal. Andrea Greenberg recalled purchasing Cetaphil for her son, who was suffering from severe eczema. Greenberg cited the label as an example of the misleading marketing claims made by Cetaphil. “[T]he product] advertised that it relieved the symptoms of eczema and atopic skin,” the lawsuit states.
Cetaphil adult eczema relief cream
A class action lawsuit alleges that Galderma Laboratories LP misrepresented the ingredients of Cetaphil adult eczema relief cream. According to the lawsuit, Cetaphil contains no colloidal oatmeal, an ingredient that can soothe eczema and atopic dermatitis. Andrea Greenberg relied on the label’s claim that the product would soothe her son’s atopic skin and relieve eczema symptoms.
Cetaphil has been the subject of several class action lawsuits. The California class action lawsuit seeks to represent consumers of the eczema relief cream. It alleges violations of California law, including the Unfair Competition Law and the False Advertising Law. It is seeking a court order to prevent misleading advertisements and order Galderma to participate in a corrective advertising campaign.
Cetaphil baby eczema relief cream
A new class action lawsuit has been filed in California against the makers of Cetaphil baby eczema relief cream, alleging that they misleadingly marketed their products, misrepresented the ingredients, and caused injury to consumers. The lawsuit alleges that Cetaphil’s misleading advertising and claims of success caused the development of eczema in babies. The class action lawsuit is seeking a preliminary injunction against the manufacturer’s false and misleading advertising. Ultimately, it is seeking a court order that Galderma participates in a corrective advertising campaign.
This soothing eczema lotion is formulated to soothe irritated, dry skin and improve the skin’s moisture barrier. The soothing formula contains a combination of colloidal oatmeal, ceramide, and the patented Filaggrin Technology to prevent further skin irritation. This formula has received the seal of acceptance from the National Eczema Association and is dermatologist-tested to be gentle enough for babies.