Buy Babyganics? You May Be Eligible for a Settlement Payment

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Woah Baby!

If you’ve purchased ANY Babyganics Products (regardless of product line, scent, and/or unit size!) between September 7th, 2010 and June 26th, 2018, you may be eligible to receive a payment from a Class Action Settlement. For a list of all eligible Babyganics Products, you can head on over here.

There is no proof of purchase required. However, if you do NOT have proof of purchase, you can claim a maximum of eight (8) products. But if you DO have proof of purchase, there is NO limit to the number of products claimed. There is a limit of one Claim Form per household.

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What does this Settlement provide?

Note that the Settlement Fund is for the amount of $2,215,000, but the actual amount recovered by each Class Member will not be determined until after the Claim Period has ended and all Claims have been calculated. To be eligible to receive a payment from the Settlement, you must complete and submit a Claim Form either online or by downloading the form here.

What’s the deadline?

You must submit your online Claim Form by October 29th, 2018. If you’re mailing the Claim Form, it must be postmarked no later than October 29th, 2018 and be sent to the following address:

Babyganics Settlement Administrator
1650 Arch Street, Suite 2210
Philadelphia, PA 19103

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What’s this Babyganics lawsuit about?

The lawsuit alleges that Babyganics violated certain laws in marketing and sales of Babyganics Products, including the use of the terms “Babyganics”, “mineral-based”, and “natural.” The Settlement of this lawsuit will also resolve claims relating to subsets of Babyganics Products labeled with the terms “plant-based,” “tear-free,” and “SPF 50+”. Go here for more details.

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  1. Sparky

    Wow it seems like these companies can’t catch a break and are constantly bombarded with lawsuits bc of terminology they use in advertising. Won’t this only make prices of their products go up in order to pay for the settlement?! I feel like it hurts consumers and possibly employees in the end…. 🙁

    • S Nunley

      It hurts ppl more to be mislead thinking they’re using natural products on themselves and their children when it’s in fact chemical products. They should be honest to begin with. Ppl think they’re paying a premium for healthier, safer products when in fact they’re just being duped!

      • KayKay

        @S Nuley. you are correct. I bought tons of their products thinking that they were organic hence their name babyganics. I feel ripped off.

      • Katie

        The way this lawsuit uses the word “chemical” is so stupid. Everything in nature is a chemical compound — so using that word as some evil thing is just ridiculous. Also, while I do think the company should take responsibility for anything they’ve wrongly claimed – I also think parents (and other users of these products) should take responsibility too. I always test products for my son on myself first to make sure I feel comfortable using them. It seems comical that one of the solutions in the lawsuit is that, for products labeled “tear free”, there is clarification that it is not meant to be used directly on the eyes. If a parent is rubbing soap into their child’s eyes, they have the problem, not this company!

        • RZ

          Preach! Literally everything is a “chemical”, yet so many people have bought right into all the fear-mongering about chemicals and all of the hype (marketing) around the terms “natural” and “organic”. It’s ludicrous to believe that everything “natural” is safe or healthy for you. UV rays are natural but can cause skin cancer…cyanide is natural but it will kill you if ingested. And “organic” simply means that organic pesticides (which all carry their own risks) were used, instead of conventional ones. If you decided to pay a premium thinking that there weren’t any “chemicals” in the ingredients or that “organic” meant “grown without any chemicals”, then sorry but you weren’t duped…you are just misinformed.

  2. fla33023

    At least the settlement is kind of low at 2 million. Payouts are going to be very small.

  3. Mamamia

    On a side note…I received numerous products by banyganics for free from prime day! They didn’t get cancelled!

    • Amber

      I received all of my Prime Day freebies as well! It was awesome! Totally off subject… but I thought I’d let H2S know since they advertised so many freebies on prime day!

      • Liza (Hip2Save Sidekick)

        So happy to hear you could score all the Prime Day deals Amber! Thanks for sharing that they’ve arrived! 🙂

  4. Pinkrazrbrd

    This is the only brand of products we’ve bought since 2016 so sad to see this

  5. angela morse

    So I have 49 products that I have purchased from Amazon in this time period. Any insight if it’s worth going through and uploading all those receipts? That would take quite a while. Or, should I just claim 8 items w/O receipts?

    • MegannT

      If you want reimbursed for the full amount you paid I’d say upload the receipts. 49 products adds up to a lot of money!

    • ana

      It’s a very small settlement amount. Im debating as well. I’ve got a ton of receipts but I don’t think it’s worth the time.

  6. Annie

    I alwats feel conflicted about these class actions. This one seems a little more legitimate, given their advertising, but payouts will be pennies at best. 2mil before attorney fees is nothing for how many claims they will get.

  7. Allison

    This is sort of off topic, but did anyone ever receive anything from any of the other lawsuits posted? Thank you Hip2save for posting this. I just bought tons of Babyganics items!

    • ProudMama

      Nope. I haven’t. This is for all the class actions I signed up for—products which I bought…. Wonder how long it actually takes???

  8. lynsiks

    Darn it. This is one of my favorite brands. I really like their spray sunscreen.

  9. Marsha

    I checked my past orders for any Babyganics product I bought in the past- hope they will accept a PDF copy of the amazon receipts as POP

  10. Chris

    This is so disappointing, just like that Honest Company’s was. I bought these products thinking they were safe for my premature baby born 10 weeks early. I’m upset.

  11. Natalie

    What is the “notice ID ” for the claims form?

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