The chemical component benzene can be found in crude oil and coal tar. It is also present in gasoline, paint thinner, and various polymers. It is thought to cause cancer in humans.If you breathe it in, you may experience headaches, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, or difficulty breathing. If benzene comes into contact with the skin, it can cause irritation and dermatitis. Long-term exposure may lead to the development of leukemia, lymphoma, and malignancies of the blood and bone marrow.
The class actions contend that the promotion of several Brut and Sure antiperspirant products (Brut Classic (4 oz. or 6 oz. ), Sure Regular, and Sure Unscented) violated United States fair advertising laws. The lawsuit seeks, among other things, that such advertising be outlawed and that affected customers receive a portion of the money they spent on covered products refunded.
The settlement is available to anybody who purchased Brut Classic (4 oz or 6 oz), Sure Regular, or Sure Unscented antiperspirant products between November 15, 2015, and October 28, 2022. Members who qualify must file a class action suit by the deadline, which is January 12, 2023.
Class members can request refunds for up to five products per household and a 10% sales tax allowance even without proof. The refund will be based on the retail price of the products.
Class members who received refunds via voluntary recall are still eligible to receive the benefits of this settlement.
Class members with proof of purchase can claim a full refund.
Any receipt/document showing the purchase of a product is eligible as “Proof of Purchase.”