Ulta Beauty is pushing for a quick end to a proposed class action claiming reselling used cosmetics is a regular store practice, arguing the company is not the party to blame.
The beauty chain on Tuesday asked an Illinois federal court to dismiss Kimberly Laura Smith-Brown’s February lawsuit stemming from online claims by a number of Ulta store workers that the repackaging and reselling of returned, used cosmetics was a de facto store policy. In a standard response filing, Ulta denied all of the allegations in the lawsuit outright, but also said that had shoppers unknowingly been sold used cosmetics, the company is not the party responsible.
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