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Optique1 Eye Drops

Class Action

Optique1 Eye Drops

Allegations: Falsely marketing that products are “Homeopathic Medicine” that provide relief from eye irritation, dry eyes, allergies, and eye strain when they do not provide the advertised relief

Similasan Eye Relief

Class Action

Similasan Eye Relief

Allegations: Marketing products as able to relieve various eye issues when the company does not have FDA approval to make such drug claims and has not shown that the products…

Morphe Eye Makeup

Class Action

Morphe Eye Makeup

Allegations: Marketing products as eye makeup when ingredients in them are not safe to use near the eyes

ColourPop Eye Makeup

Class Action

ColourPop Eye Makeup

Allegations: Marketing makeup as if it is safe to use when it contains ingredients that are dangerous to use near the eyes

Shaha Complex™ Eye Serum

Class Action

Shaha Complex™ Eye Serum

June 2018: This action was voluntarily dismissed When a complaint is dismissed without prejudice, an amended version of the complaint can be refiled., the reasons for which have not been…

Clinique Even Better Eyes

Ad Alert

Clinique Even Better Eyes

The ASA has ordered Clinique to stop running an allegedly misleading UK TV advertisement for Even Better Eyes.

NourishLife speak (Lifetrients)

Brands

NourishLife speak (Lifetrients)

TINA.org investigated NourishLife (which later changed its name to Lifetrients) and found that it was deceptively advertising a potentially harmful supplement called SpeechNutrients speak by, among other things, claiming it…

LASIK Providers Unclear on Risks

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LASIK Providers Unclear on Risks

The FDA sent warning letters to four LASIK providers for promoting the procedure on their websites without adequate warning about the risks involved.

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