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Neuriva

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Neuriva

TINA.org objected to unfair settlement that allows brain supplement company to continue deceiving consumers.

Benefiber

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Benefiber

If you see a supplement marketed as “clinically proven,” pump your brakes.

Aspercreme

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Aspercreme

TINA.org investigates after doctor challenges pain reliever’s “clinically proven” labeling claim on Twitter.

Reckitt Benckiser

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Reckitt Benckiser

TINA.org objected — as amicus curiae — to two class-action settlements that pertain to the marketing of Reckitt Benckiser products: Neuriva, a brain supplement falsely labeled as “clinically proven” to…

Amazon Brain Supplements Database

Evidence

Amazon Brain Supplements Database

Between June 2019 and December 2019, TINA.org searched Amazon.com for “brain supplements” and collected more than 100 examples of search results and product pages in which the product had one…

Capillus Laser Hats

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Capillus Laser Hats

Taking the lid off company’s claims that laser hats are “FDA cleared” and “clinically proven” to regrow hair.

Wall of Shame

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Wall of Shame

What do Tom Brady, Kim Kardashian and Dr. Oz all have in common?

L’Oréal

Brands

L’Oréal

TINA.org objected to a settlement that sought to resolve claims filed by the FTC against L’Oréal for deceptively advertising its Lancôme Génifique and L’Oréal Paris Youth Code skincare products by…

Asonor

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Asonor

Questionable “clinically proven” claims for a “free” nasal spray bottle that’ll run you nearly $100.

Elations Daily Joint Supplement Drink

Class Action

Elations Daily Joint Supplement Drink

February 2016: A federal judge granted final approval of the settlement. August 2015: A federal judge preliminarily approved a $1.35 million settlement of this lawsuit. According to the proposed settlement…

A Lullaby of Deception

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A Lullaby of Deception

For Mike Huckabee’s next trick, a supplement that is ‘clinically proven’ to help users fall asleep, stay asleep and wake up refreshed.

Nutrafol

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Nutrafol

TINA.org takes a closer look at hair supplements’ ‘clinically proven’ claims.

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