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Keller Rohrback L.L.P. Investigates Claims That Rodan + Fields’ Enhancements Lash Boost Is Causing Negative Side Effects
You’ve always admired your favorite celebrity’s long, thick, and dark eyelashes. So you turned to a chemical serum that advertised it could transform your lashes to achieve that look. But customers who purchased Rodan + Fields’ Enhancements Lash Boost say their quest for beautiful lashes resulted in some ugly side effects including burning, droopy eyelids, and loss of lashes after discontinuing use of the product.
Keller Rohrback L.L.P. is investigating claims that Enhancements Lash Boost, an eyelash conditioning serum that advertises lashes that can “appear longer, fuller, and darker,” is causing adverse reactions that Rodan + Fields failed to warn customers about.
Rodan + Fields, a multi-level marketing company that specializes in skincare products, sells Lash Boost as a cosmetic so it doesn’t require FDA approval. But Lash Boost contains an ingredient—isopropyl cloprostenate—a synthetic prostaglandin analog in the same class of compounds as the active ingredients in prescription drugs such as glaucoma medications. Prostaglandin analogs are known to cause side effects including eye irritation, eyelid skin darkening, eye drooping, and/or permanent discoloration or darkening of the iris in people who have light-colored eyes.
If, after using Lash Boost, you or a family member experienced any of these negative side effects—and weren’t warned about them—Keller Rohrback wants to hear from you to discuss your potential legal claims. Contact attorney Erika Keech at 800.776.6044 or .
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