$2 Million Suave Aerosol Antiperspirant Class Action Settlement

$2 Million Suave Aerosol Antiperspirant Class Action Settlement

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Unsplash | Published: April 21, 2024

Claim Form Deadline: July 15, 2024

Payout: $3.29 Per Unit

Proof required: No

What is The $2 Million Suave Aerosol Antiperspirant Class Action Settlement?

A $2 million class action settlement has been reached over Suave antiperspirant deodorant sprays. The Suave / Unilever class action lawsuit was filed after a national recall of some of Unilever's deodorant and aerosol spray products. At the time, Unilever internal reports indicated that some of their Suave deodorant sprays contained higher levels of benzene than expected. Right Guard deodorant had previously settled a similar class action lawsuit over elevated levels of benzene.

Consumers who bought one of the following Suave antiperspirants at anytime between January 1, 2018 and March 7, 2024 may be eligible to receive a payout from the Unilever class action settlement with or without documentation or proof of purchase:

Suave 24-Hour Protection Fresh Aerosol Antiperspirant
Suave 24-Hour Protection Powder Aerosol Antiperspirant

What Is Benzene?

Benzene, which is at the center of the Brut and Sure Class Action Settlement, is a well known odorless, and colorless chemical. Prolonged exposure to benzene carries serious health risks and consequences. Thus, the CDC and FDA recommend that consumers be aware of ingesting or consuming benzene in products, as well as the environment. For more about benzene, read the CDC's consumer awareness fact sheet on the benzene chemical here.

How Do I Qualify for a Payout?

To qualify for a payment from the Suave settlement you must have purchased one of the Suave aerosol antiperspirants listed above from January 1, 2018 to March 7, 2024. The purchase of the Suave deodorant must have been for personal, family or household use, not for resale. You must file a valid claim form by July 15, 2024 at the very latest to qualify. If you do not file a claim form you will not receive a payment from the Suave class action settlement.

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How Much Can I Get?

No proof is required to file a claim in the Suave class action settlement. However, For consumers that qualify and file a valid claim form with proof of purchase, those consumers may receive the full purchase price for covered products, including taxes. The breakdown of payouts is as follows:

With Proof of Purchase: Qualified claimants who timely provide documentation of purchase will receive the full purchase price, including taxes

Without Proof of Purchase: Qualified claimants that do not provide proof of purchase can receive $3.29 payouts per unit, for up to three units (total of $9.87)

The payment for each consumer will be reduced by any cash or voucher payments they've already received or will receive through official recall reimbursement (with a minimum payment floor of $0.00). Class action settlement payments may be adjusted up or down proportionally to ensure that the total payout to all settlement class members matches the remaining or available funds from the $2 million settlement.

How do I file a claim?

To qualify for a payment from the Suave aerosol antiperspirant class action settlement you must file a claim form online by July 15, 2024 using one of the links below:

Claim Form Website: SuaveSettlement.com

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