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Orem Cosmetic Company Facing Lawsuit

Orem Cosmetic Company Facing Lawsuit

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(KSL News) -- An Orem cosmetic company faces a lawsuit for reportedly distributing a potentially harmful skin cream.

Professional model Catherine King says Be Night Recovery Serum sold by Unicity, caused open sores to develop all over her face. Those wounds healed, but scarred her face. Now she claims she can't work.

King's pictures have appeared in top fashion magazines and TV commercials. But says she can't land contracts now, so she's suing for lost wages.

Unicity is one of three companies named in the suit. Unicity does not produce the cream; they only distribute it.




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