Current Investigation

Kiehl’s Activated Sun Protector Sunscreen Incorrect SPF Labeling

McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP is investigating a class action lawsuit on behalf of consumers of Kiehl’s Activated Sun Protector SPF 30. A recent report tested the strength of sunscreens to determine if they actually provided the SPF advertised. Kiehl’s Activated Sun Protector advertises an SPF strength of 30, however, the test revealed its actual strength is SPF 21. If you purchased Kiehl’s Activated Sun Protector, please contact us.

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