Dior 24H Cosmetic Products
|Cosmetics and Beauty Products|
Defendant markets, advertises, and sells a variety of cosmetic products under the brand name Dior. The products at issue include foundation cosmetics that have a SPF sun protection claim alongside a claim that the products last 24 hours, including the Dior Forever foundations. However, SPF protection only lasts two hours so a purchaser would have to reapply the foundation to obtain the advertised SPF benefits. Plaintiff alleges that Defendant's marketing and labeling is false and misleading.
Our lawsuit seeks refunds for all purchasers of the Christian Dior cosmetic products with SPF protection labeled with “24H” claims (including the Dior Forever foundations) such as “24 HR FOUNDATION … WITH SUNSCREEN” and “24HR WEAR … FOUNDATION WITH SUNSCREEN.”
The case was filed on January 27, 2023 in the United States District Court, Northern District of California.
Who is Covered:
The Class: All natural persons who purchased the Products between January 27, 2019 and the present.
California Subclass: All Class Members who purchased the Products in the state of California.
|2023-01-27||Class Action Complaint|
|2023-04-06||Plaintiff's Opposition to Defendant's Motion to Dismiss|
|2023-05-12||Order re Motion to Dismiss|
|2023-06-14||First Amended Class Action Complaint|
|2023-09-01||Plaintiff's Opposition to Defendant's Motion to Dismiss the First Amended Complaint|