A false advertising class-action lawsuit was filed against Babyganics in 2017. Specifically, the complaint
, which was originally filed in June and amended in July, alleges that the company misleadingly markets its bath products as “Tear Free” and gentle for infants and children when, according to the plaintiffs, scientific evidence shows that the products contain ingredients that are eye irritants. Later in 2017, the case was stayed
pending the resolution of settlement proceedings in a similar case, Mayhew v. Babyganics
. (Skeen et al v. KAS Direct, LLC d/b/a Babyganics
, Case No. 17-cv-4119, S. D. NY.)
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