Scott Naturals Flushable Cleansing Cloths Consumer Fraud Class Action Filed

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Santa Clara, CA: Scott Naturals Flushable Cleansing Cloths are not natural, a consumer fraud class action lawsuit claims.

Filed by plaintiffs in California and New York, the lawsuit contends that the cleansing cloths contain un-natural, synthetic ingredients such as sodium chloride, lauryl glucoside and malic acid. Heidi Arreola and Tim Dostal, the lead plaintiffs, further claim that they would not have paid a premium for the product if they had been aware that the clothes contained these or other non-natural ingredients.

Arreola and Dostal allege Kimberly -Clark Corp is responsible for misleading and fraudulent labeling, because it puts "natural" on its products’ labels despite knowing that they contain un-natural and synthetic ingredients.

The plaintiffs filed a complaint on behalf of all others similarly situated alleging violation of New York business laws and the California Consumer Legal Remedies Act, plus other counts.

The plaintiffs are represented by Jason P. Sultzer, Joseph Lipari and Adam Gonnelli of The Sultzer Law Group, P.C. in Poughkeepsie, New York.

The case is U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York case number 7:17-cv-05127-CS.

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Can't get much more natural than sodium chloride (table salt).

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scott tissue is all my family has bought for the past 19 years.

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