Product liability and warranty breach are two legal theories under which plaintiffs can sue most states. Under the concept of “strict liability for defective products”, the plaintiff must demonstrate that the product was defective and that it caused the injury. It is true that people can be born with allergies or develop them naturally over time, so no one is really responsible for someone else's allergies. However, negligence can lead to an allergic reaction in another person.
To ensure everyone's safety, laws must be followed, such as removing makeup correctly to avoid any potential allergic reactions.