What’s The Revlon “DNA Advantage” Settlement About
This class action lawsuit alleges that Revlon’s advertising and sale of cream makeup, concealer and powder under the name “DNA Advantage” is false or misleading.
Revlon denies all the plaintiffs’ allegations and is entering into this settlement to avoid burdensome and costly litigation.
You are a member of the Class if you purchased one or more units of Revlon’s DNA Advantage cream makeup, concealer, or powder (“DNA Advantage Products”) for personal, family, or household use, and not for resale, in the United States, from April 25, 2011 through June 30, 2016.
What Products Are Included?
Covered Products that may be included on a valid Claim Form are Revlon Age Defying with DNA Advantage Cream Makeup, Concealer, and Powder, in any package, size, or iteration, sold in the United States during the Class Period of April 25, 2011 to June 30, 2016.
How Much Do I Get?
Revlon will create a fund of $900,000 to pay Class Members’ claims, certain administrative costs and attorneys’ fees and expenses. Authorized Claimants shall receive $3 per claim (i.e., for each unit purchased), up to a total of 3 units without proof of purchase, and with no limitation on units with proof of purchase. Proof of purchase may be demonstrated either in the form of receipt or product packaging.
You must submit a claim by 6/5/2017.
Do Not Submit False Claims
Please do not submit fraudulent claims for these settlement rebates. It takes money away from those who deserve a reimbursement, and furthermore it is illegal. You’re usually required to acknowledge something along these lines:
I certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the United States that all of the information provided on this Claim Form is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.