If you’re like many parents who’ve bought Johnson & Johnson Bedtime products in hopes your baby will sleep better, you may be awarded some money. Johnson & Johnson have agreed to pay $5 million to settle four class-action lawsuits that the company falsely advertised its baby bedtime products as “clinically proven” to help babies sleep better.

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The lawsuit alleges that Johnson & Johnson knew that there were no clinical studies that proved the products actually helped babies to sleep better, therefore having no basis to make that claim.

Parents state they paid more for the Bedtime products over other soaps and lotions based on the marketing claims. Parents who acted as plaintiffs in the suit say they used the “bedtime” products as directed by Johnson & Johnson, yet the items did not help their babies sleep better.

If you’ve bought one or more of the following Johnson & Johnson “bedtime” products within the United States or any U.S. territories between July 1, 2010 and August 31, 2016, you may be entitled to receive $3 per product– up to 10 products with no proof of purchase:

  • JOHNSON’S® BEDTIME® Baby Bath
  • JOHNSON’S® BEDTIME® Baby Lotion
  • JOHNSON’S® BEDTIME® Baby Moisture Wash
  • JOHNSON’S® Baby BEDTIME® Washcloths
  • JOHNSON’S®  BEDTIME® Baby Bubble Bath & Wash

If interested, you must file a claim here before Dec. 19, 2016: JOHNSON’S BEDTIME BATH PRODUCTS CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT