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April 2013: This case was dismissed.
June 2012: A class-action lawsuit was filed on behalf of California residents against Coty, Inc. for allegedly falsely marketing Sally Hansen Nailgrowth Miracle as able to enhance nail growth. The complaint states that “[t]here is absolutely no scientific basis whatsoever for Coty’s outlandish claims that a cosmetic product with the ingredients contained in the Nailgrowth Miracle Products, applied topically with a feather-soft artist brush … could possibly permeate the nail plate to reach the growing part of the nail and deliver any purported ‘growth benefit.’” (Morales, et al. v. Coty, Inc., Case No. 1205740, CA Superior Ct., County of San Bernardino.)
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