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Skincare product company Rodan + Fields faces a federal class action lawsuit accusing it of violating state consumer protection laws and engaging in fraudulent and unfair marketing of its Lash Boost eye serum.
Rodan + Fields says its $150 Lash Boost gives users “the appearance of lush, longer-looking lashes.” But the suit claims the multilevel marketing company failed to disclose the side effects of a key ingredient in Lash Boost.
The ingredient in question is a chemical called isopropyl cloprostenate, which is a type of medication called a prostaglandin analog. This one is used to treat eye conditions such as glaucoma. Rodan + Fields omitted information to Lash Boost buyers about the side effects of prostaglandin analogs that are well-known to eye doctors, according to the April 13 court filing in a U.S. District Court in Oakland, California.
Consumers of Lash Boost … have experienced serious side effects, including change(s) in iris color, eyelid drooping, itchy eyes, eye/lid discoloration, thinning and loss of eyelashes/loss of eyelash hair, eye sensitivity, eye infections, and vision impairment,” the filing says. (I know we all want to look better, but I’ve always been equally excited about the line we work with having a 2,700 “FREE OF” list. Want to know more? Call us!