Welcome to the Settlement Website for the class action lawsuits, known as Scherr v. Rodan & Fields, LLC, and Gorzo et al. v. Rodan & Fields, LLC, No. CGC-18-565628, coordinated in the Superior Court of California, County of San Francisco, Lash Boost Cases, JCCP No. 4981.

A $38,000,000.00 Settlement has been reached in three class action lawsuits alleging that Rodan + Fields, LLC (“R+F”) failed to disclose information regarding Lash Boost and the potential side effects and risks of adverse reactions allegedly presented by one of its ingredients, Isopropyl Cloprostenate. Plaintiffs claimed to have experienced various adverse reactions to the product. They allege that R+F is liable to them for, among other things, the sale of an unapproved drug, the sale of an adulterated and misbranded drug, and the failure to disclose material information about potential side effects.

R+F has denied the allegations asserted in the Actions and has denied liability or wrongdoing of any kind.

You are a member of the Settlement Class affected by the Settlement if you purchased Lash Boost from R+F for personal, family or household purposes between October 1, 2016, and March 11, 2022, and (i) do not have any pending litigation against R+F; (ii) have not filed a timely request for exclusion from the Settlement Class as set out in this Notice; (iii) are not an officer, director, or employee, or immediate family member of an officer, director, or employee, of R+F or any entity in which R+F has a controlling interest; (iv) have not acted as an Independent Consultant of R+F; (v) are not legal counsel or an employee of legal counsel for R+F; (vi) are not a federal, state, or local government entity; (vii) have not previously released the claims encompassed by this Settlement; (viii) have not already returned Lash Boost to R+F and received a refund; and (ix) are not a member of the immediate family of the judicial officer presiding over the Actions or part of the judicial officers’ staff. Members of the Settlement Class are referred to in this Notice as “Class Members” or “Settlement Class Members.”


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Summary of Your Legal Rights and Options in This Settlement
Submit a Claim Form
Deadline: September 7, 2022
This is the only way to get a cash or Credit Benefit under the Settlement. You can submit a Claim Form online here or by printing and mailing the Claim Form available here. If you submit a Claim Form, you will give up the right to sue R+F in a separate lawsuit about the claims this Settlement resolves.

See FAQ 8 for more information about submitting a Claim Form.
Do Nothing You will not receive a Settlement Benefit under the Settlement. You will also give up your right to object to the Settlement and you will not be able to be part of any other lawsuit about the claims this Settlement resolves.
Exclude Yourself from the Settlement
Deadline: July 14, 2022
If you exclude yourself from the Settlement, you will not release the legal claims this Settlement resolves and you will not receive any benefit from the Settlement. This is the only option that allows you to retain your right to bring another lawsuit against R+F about the claims in this case, but you give up the right to get a benefit under the Settlement (or object to it).

See FAQ 14 for more information about excluding yourself from the Settlement.
Deadline: July 14, 2022
If you do not exclude yourself from the Settlement, you may object to the Settlement’s terms by submitting an objection to the Settlement Administrator or, if you are represented by an attorney, by filing a timely written objection in the Superior Court, County of San Francisco. The Settlement Administrator will file any objections it receives with the Court for its review in advance of the final approval hearing.

An objection does not affect your right to submit a Claim Form, or to receive benefits under a valid Claim Form should the Court approve the Settlement. If the Court approves the Settlement, you will still be bound by it even if you objected.

See FAQ 16 for more information about objecting to the Settlement.
Go to a Hearing
Deadline: September 14, 2022
If you do not exclude yourself from the Settlement, you may speak in Court about the fairness of the Settlement and any objections you may have at the final approval hearing. Class Members do not need to file an objection to state an objection at the hearing.

The hearing is open to the public and Settlement Class Members can attend, although they are not required to do so.

See FAQ 22 for more information about the Fairness Hearing.

This Website explains important rights you may have. These rights and options, and the deadlines to exercise them, are further explained in the Notice you may receive, or you may review the Frequently Asked Questions page of this website for additional information. Your legal rights are affected whether you act or not.