Snow Teeth Whitening
TINA.org investigated Snow Teeth Whitening, an Arizona-based dental cosmetics company, and found that it was improperly using an FDA logo in its marketing materials, including on its product packaging, website, and social media platforms, in violation of the FDA’s Logo Policy, as well as falsely claiming that its teeth whitening products were FDA-approved.
TINA.org also investigated Snow Teeth Whitening as part of its larger investigation into deceptive social media influencer marketing. To learn more, click here.
- Filed complaint with FDA
- Company removed FDA logo and "FDA-approved" claims from its packaging and marketing
TINA.org sends a follow-up letter to the FDA regarding Snow Teeth Whitening’s continuing use of the FDA logo in certain marketing materials, including webpages and social media platforms.
TINA.org sends a complaint to the FDA regarding Snow Teeth Whitening’s improper use of an FDA logo.
As shown in TINA.org’s Social Media Influencer investigation, Snow Teeth Whitening is promoted by social media influencer Dorothy Wang, who failed to include adequate disclosures of her material connection to the brand in her posts.
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