If you purchased Method products, believing them to be natural or naturally-derived,
you were lied to.
you were lied to.
Despite being labeld as "natural" or "naturally-derived," Method's products contain a spectacular array of synthetic chemicals.
For example, lurking inside the kid-friendly and seemingly mom-worthy “naturally derived” Mickey Mouse Foaming Hand Wash lies a chemical cocktail including: a "Proposition 65" carcinogen that the State of California requires product label warnings (cocamide DEA), a synthetic compound federal law classifies as highly toxic (methylchloroisothiazolinone), a synthetic compound that animal testing indicates is a neurotoxin and that was named the Contact Allergen of the Year in 2013 by the American Contact Dermatitis Society (methylisothiazolinone), and other synthetic compounds that consumers seek to avoid (sodium lauryl sulfate, cocamidopropyl betaine, and synthetic fragrances).
Unless consumers step up, Method will keep doing what it's doing.
We are seeking consumers who were deceived into buying Method's falsely labeled products to step up and serve as a class representative.
Responsible for the lawsuit against Kashi, Naked Juice, Nature Valley, and others, The Golan Firm has been successful in getting companies to stop misrepresenting their products to consumers. Though we cannot guarantee the outcome of any case, we can promise that we are committed to fighting the good fight.
If you are intersted in being a class representative and would like to be contacted by Ms. Golan, please fill out the fields below.
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To see a complete list of Method's falsely labeled products, click here.
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When buying Method's products, did you believe them to be natural, as advertised?
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