Sunscreen Cancer Lawsuit

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Sunscreen Study Linked to Cancer Risk

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A recent Valisure study released in May 2021 draws a frightening link between certain types of cancer and as many as 78 sunscreen products. The products in question have been found to contain benzene, a chemical with known carcinogenic properties. The Centers for Disease Control say that benzene causes damage to the eyes, skin, and lungs when inhaled as a gas. Benzene is linked to certain types of cancers including acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL), chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL), multiple myeloma, and non-Hodgkin lymphoma. If you or a loved one were diagnosed with cancer following the use of sunscreen that, unbeknownst to you or your doctor, contains benzene, you may be entitled to compensation.

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Active and Inactive Ingredients in Sunscreen

Sunscreen is classified as a cosmetic product and is regulated by the Food and Drug Administration. FDA labeling requirements state that the active and inactive ingredients of a product must be identified. Benzene is not an appropriate ingredient for sunscreen products and was not identified on the labels of any brands or products.

Which Sunscreen Brands are Affected?

• TopCare
• Banana Boat
• Neutrogena
• Walgreens
• Aveeno
• Coppertone
• Raw Elements
• Max Block
• LaRoche-Posay
• Goodsense
• Raw Elements
• Sun Bum
• CVS Health
• Fruit of the Earth
• Raw Elements
• SunBurnt
• Goodsense
• Solimo
• Everyday
• EltaMD
• Babyganics
• Solimo
• Equate
• Up & Up

Is Neutrogena issued for Recall?

Many types of Neutrogena sunscreen were found by the Valisure study to contain benzene. Specific Neutrogena products in which benzene was detected include:

• Neutrogena Invisible Daily Defense Body Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 60+
• Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Water Resistant Sunscreen SPF 70
• Neutrogena Beach Defense Spray Body Sunscreen SPF 50
• Neutrogena CoolDry Sport Water-Resistant Sunscreen Spray SPF 50
• Neutrogena CoolDry Sport Water-Resistant Sunscreen Spray SPF 70
• Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Water Resistant Sunscreen SPF 70
• Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Weightless Sunscreen Spray, SPF 100+
• Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Weightless Sunscreen Spray, SPF 70
• Neutrogena Beach Defense Oil-Free Body Sunscreen Spray, SPF 100
• Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Body Mist Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 30;
• Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Body Mist Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 45

Johnson and Johnson independently recalled products identified by the study as having benzene. Johnson and Jonson stated that none of their sunscreen contain benzene and that the recall is being done out of “an abundance of caution.”

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What You Should Do if You Have a Contaminated Product?

The FDA recommends that you stop using sunscreen products identified with benzene. You should check the list on Valisure to see if the product you use is listed. Products that don’t have benzene are safe to use and you should continue to use them to prevent skin cancer. You should not throw contaminated sunscreen products in the trash. They are considered hazardous waste and should be appropriately disposed of to prevent causing harm. Check with your local government or waste disposal company to identify the proper way to dispose of sunscreen that contains benzene. lost wages

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