Thinx Underwear Products
Allegations: Falsely marketing products as safe when they contain dangerous chemicals (PFAs)
Dickens et al. v. Thinx, Inc.
Misleadingly advertising products as safe, healthy, sustainable, and free of harmful chemicals when they contain chemicals – including polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAs) and silver nanoparticles – that are harmful to women and the environment
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