Incorrect SPF Labeling on Neutrogena Clear Face, Clear Face Break-Out Free, Beach Defense Water+Sun Protection, and Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunscreens
McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP is investigating a class action lawsuit on behalf of consumers of Neutrogena Clear Face SPF 55, Neutrogena Beach Defense Water + Sun Protection Stick SPF 50, Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch, and Neutrogena Clear Face Break-Out Free SPF 30. A recent report tested the strength of sunscreens to determine if they actually provided the SPF advertised. Neutrogena Clear Face advertises an SPF strength of 55, however, the test revealed its actual strength is SPF 37. Beach Defense Water + Sun and Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch provide 8 and 14 less SPF strength levels than advertised, while Clear Face Break-Out Free provides 10 SPF levels less. If you purchased Neutrogena Clear Face SPF 55, Neutrogena Beach Defense Water + Sun Protection Stick SPF 50, Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch SPF 45, or Neutrogena Clear Face Break-Out Free SPF 3030, please contact us.