Class Eligibility

You are a member of the Settlement Class if you purchased any of the Products, i.e. JASON Natural Product Long & Strong Jojoba Pure Natural Shampoo, JASON Volumizing Lavender Shampoo, JASON Normalizing Tea Tree Treatment Shampoo, JASON Dandruff Relief 2 in 1 Treatment Shampoo & Conditioner, and JASON Smoothing Coconut Body Wash in the United States, between August 17, 2011 and June 2, 2017.

Estimated Amount

Up to $40

Settlement Class Members who have Proof of Purchase, which includes a receipt or product packaging among other items, may seek reimbursement of $8.00 per item purchased, up to a maximum recovery of $40.00. Settlement Class Members who do not have Proof of Purchase may seek reimbursement of $2.00 per item purchased, up to a maximum recovery of $10.00. If the total of valid claims is less than the amount of money available to pay them, then valid claims will be increased pro rata up to the Pro Rata Minimum Remainder Settlement Funds. If the total of valid claims exceeds the amount of money available to pay them, then each award will be reduced pro rata.

Proof of Purchase

No

Case Name

Lori D. Gordon v. The Hain Celestial Group, et al.,
Case No. 1:16-cv-06526-KBF
District Court for the Southern District of New York

Case Summary

The Lawsuit alleges that Hain Celestial and Jason Natural Products falsely advertised that JASON Natural Product Long & Strong Jojoba Pure Natural Shampoo, JASON Volumizing Lavender Shampoo, JASON Normalizing Tea Tree Treatment Shampoo, JASON Dandruff Relief 2 in 1 Treatment Shampoo & Conditioner, and JASON Smoothing Coconut Body Wash (the “Products”) did not contain the chemical sodium lauryl sulfate (“SLS”). Hain Celestial and Jason Natural Products deny that they did anything wrong and stand by their Products but have decided to settle to avoid the cost and uncertainty of a trial

Settlement Pool

$1,100,000

Deadline

9/18/2017

Contact


Gordon v Hain Celestial
c/o GCG PO Box 10439
Dublin, OH 43017-4039
Phone number (855) 474-3859

15 responses to “JASON Natural Products Sodium Lauryl Sulfate Class Action Settlement”

  1. Emonie Simmons says:

    i purchased product August 20, 2011

  2. Jennifer Castillo says:

    I love Jason’s products, how upsetting.

  3. Sherry Klein says:

    6 items from natural foods in Prescott, ax

  4. Jalaine Stanton says:

    4 of long and strong
    Nv

  5. LINDA MARTINEZ says:

    why are some folks getting checks for as little as $2.50…??

    ADMIN – Hi Linda,

    Because those are the terms of the settlement.

  6. LINDA MARTINEZ says:

    folks get $2.50 ?? why?

    ADMIN – Hi Linda,

    False advertising

  7. Loa Purvis says:

    Luv these products even tho they have it in it

  8. Mark Embree says:

    I did purchase 6 items, I thought they were good products what happened??

    ADMIN – Hi Mark,

    The products contain Sodium Lauryl Sulfate.

  9. Jim cook says:

    Bought jan. 2017

  10. Patricia Pierce says:

    How sad i love this product.

  11. Jacquema Dukes says:

    I loved this product didn’t know it was bad for you!! Bought April 2017

  12. toby stahlberg says:

    i really liked the volumizing shampoo its a shame its bad for you

  13. toby stahlberg says:

    i really liked the Jason volumizing lavender shampoo and also the Jason normalizing tea tree treatment shampoo too bad i didnt know it was bad for you its a shame.

  14. Andrea says:

    Whoa I have the tea tree oill shampoo and conditioner , the lavender deodorant, and the biotin strengthener Shampoo

  15. Linda Cuoco says:

    I sent o a proof of purchase for the cocoa nut bodywash and did not get a response can you check the status please

    ADMIN – Hi Linda,

    I can’t. We are not the admins to this case. You must contact the admin directly.

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