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FDA warns skin care company to wash treatment claims off its site.
One website’s “risk-free” trial offer carries hidden costs.
MLM becomes the first to have its ad claims referred to the FTC by direct selling self-regulatory program.
Lip balm’s own directions seem to contradict its “8 Hour Moisture” labeling claim.
Oh my. Where to start with this one. A reader alerted us to LifeCell’s “trial” offer for its wrinkle cream. LifeCell promises that its product works in “just 17 seconds”…
What? Bambi to your rescue? Nutronics Labs claims that its deer antler sprays – such as IGF-1 Plus supplements – will provide consumers with many health benefits. Wait a second…
Consumers accuse Kim Kardashian of greenwashing.
FDA warning letter focuses on the ZYTO Hand Cradle, marketed as a medical diagnostic device.
“Visibly softer lips” eludes consumer.
Several store-brand aloe vera gels lack the acclaimed soothing ingredient.
The FDA has warned consumers that anti-seizure medication Potiga can cause blue discoloration of the skin and pigment changes in the eye, and that pigment changes in the eye can…