Posts Tagged: Substantiation

ERSP – Guthy Renker / Cold Plasma Sub-D

By Nicholas A. Persky It’s always nice to highlight a case where the marketer is doing things right. In one such matter, the Electronic Retailing Self-Regulation Program (ERSP) determined that Guthy-Renker, LLC had adequate substantiation in support of claims for its product, Cold Plasma Sub-D, a topical cream intended to sculpt and tighten the appearance of skin along the chin and jawline. The matter was initiated by ERSP pursuant to its ongoing monitoring program of.

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NAD – Omega XL Dietary Supplements

The NAD found that Great Health Works, LLC had a reasonable basis to make several establishment and performance claims regarding the efficacy of the Omega-XL supplement in reducing joint inflammation and pain. In reaching its decision, the NAD noted that eight clinical studies have been conducted on the Omega-XL preparation over a period of thirty years, with the last trial being published in 2013, and in the arena of dietary supplements, such evidence that utilizes.

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