Pampers Baby Wipes

December 2017: The parties informed the Court that they reached a settlement agreement and anticipate filing a stipulation to dismiss the case. The terms of the settlement have not been disclosed.

November 2016: A consolidated complaint was filed alleging that Procter & Gamble deceptively markets Pampers “natural clean” wipes as being natural and a safer alternative to traditional wipes when, according to plaintiffs, the wipes actually contain an unnatural and potentially harmful ingredient, phenoxyethanol. (The consolidated complaint was amended in April 2017.)

October 2016: The Brenner and Banegas actions were consolidated.

September 2016: The Banegas action was transferred to a California court.

June and July 2016: Two class-action lawsuits were filed against Procter & Gamble for allegedly falsely marketing Pampers baby wipes as “natural” when they are not. To read the complaints, click the case information below.

For more information about natural claims and’s coverage of the issue, click here.

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