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Philosophy Class Action – Company is Sued Over Ultimate Miracle Worker Cream

A consumer class action lawsuit was recently brought against Philosophy, Inc. for unfair business practices and products liability. The Philosophy class action lawsuit states that the company makes and sells several skin care creams that defendant markets as drugs, which requires FDA approval, monographs of the active ingredients on the products, and honest labeling of the benefits of the product. Moreover, Philosophy has failed to be truthful in its labeling, has not included the active ingredients, and has not obtained proper FDA approval.

Because the products are marketed as drugs, they are held to a higher standard than cosmetics and require FDA approval; usually after going under randomized, placebo controlled, double-blind clinical trials.

The complaint alleges that “on the front of each and every Ultimate Miracle Worker Product package, where consumers cannot miss it, Defendants represent that the products are “multi-rejuvenating.” Philosophy goes on to state that their products work “from the inside out” to “help your skin rebuild its natural collagen” and help your skin “naturally rejuvenate itself.”

For your convenience, Consider The Consumer has recovered a full copy of the complaint and has posted it below:

We ask that if you have been affected by the allegations in the complaint, that you contact us immediately on our complaint page, or via email at considertheconsumer@gmail.com. In doing so, we will help you with your next steps, while seeking your consumer protection.

Editor’s note:

This piece is written about a class-action lawsuit. If you are considered eligible to be among the class of consumers described in the suit, you may eventually be able to participate in receiving any compensation the court may award.

If you have any questions concerning this process or wish to speak with a law firm that has either filed or intends to handle this matter, please feel free to contact us via email at ConsiderTheConsumer@gmail.com.

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2 thoughts on “Philosophy Class Action – Company is Sued Over Ultimate Miracle Worker Cream”

  • wendy smentek says:

    This creme Ultimate Miracle worker I opened yesterday, put my normal makeup on and went out the door, I did feel some itching through out the day so I just assumed it was normal and doing it’s job, last night I used Miracle night abd woke at 2am covered in boils and welts and burns under my thin skin around my eyes, looks like I will be making a visit to the emergency room and for sure returning these products, NEVER in my life has a creme done this to me, I’ve used everything!!! I’m a licensed cosmetologist and have used every product such as Bio elements, murad,derma logica u name it i’ve tried it and NEVER received what looks like chemical burns, we will see after the e.r,
    I can’t use my email so text me first that your calling and I’ll be sure to pick up
    331-725-8808
    is it wise to return the product?

    • I used Philosophy miracle worker age-resetting night time moisturizer. I woke the following morning severely burnt. The second morning I woke severely swollen, face /eyes and completely distorted . I called for an emergency dermatologist appt. 02/02/2018 . I was seen and put on a steroid. I had two laser treatments by a licensed esthetician and an anti-oxident /hydrating mask to further assist in calming the irritation and swelling. I have my next appt. 03/01/2018. I have paper work from both and pictures of my injured skin. If this happened to anyone else, please come forward. This product is not safe. the lot number of the cream is either 7101 or 58MM.

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