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Posted almost 2 years ago.

I agree damages not to the extent for a personal injury lawyer.
What about the false advertising of the product. It states it is fragrance free and the product contains fragrance. What legal issues does that raise?

Stephen Joseph Cipolla
Stephen Joseph Cipolla, Contracts / Agreements Lawyer - Jenkintown, PA
Posted almost 2 years ago.

The adequacy of the labeling is the issue you would raise with the 3 agencies. You can file a complaint describing your experience and showing the addition of lavender, and no change in the "Fragrance Free" description.

Stephen Joseph Cipolla
Stephen Joseph Cipolla, Contracts / Agreements Lawyer - Jenkintown, PA
Posted almost 2 years ago.

Please read closely the very intelligent, learned comments provided by Bruce Burdick. He is saying what I meant to say, but in a much clearer way. You really need to decide what you want to do with this. As the father of 3 children with hypersensitivity problems, I hope you pursue the course that Bruce Burdick suggests and try to get the product properly labelled.

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Posted almost 2 years ago.

I agree. The companies need to get the product properly labelled or the companies need to provide what they claim. Its unfair for a company to try falsely try to capture the fragrance free segment of the market at the cost of those who rely on these products for health reasons. I am sure you understand being the father of 3 children with hypersensitivity problems. It is difficult for those who dont have this issue to fully understand.