National Advertising Review Board

NARB Recommends Unilever Discontinue Claims Made in Video, Packaging that Reference Bath & Body Works Products

A panel of NARB has recommended that Unilever United States Inc., discontinue preference and parity claims made in advertising for Suave body wash that reference Bath & Body Works products.

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NARB Recommends Reynolds Discontinue ‘Costs Less Than Glad’ Claim in Two Television Commercials

A panel of NARB has recommended that Reynolds Consumer Products, LLC, maker of Hefty Ultra Strong trash bags, discontinue claims that its product “Costs less than Glad.”

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NARB Recommends Coty Discontinue Claims that Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Nail Polish Provides Up to 14 Days of Color and Shine

A panel of NARB has recommended that Coty Inc., discontinue claims that Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Nail Polish provides “up to 14 days of color & shine.” The panel also recommended that Coty, Inc. discontinue use of the terms “no light gel” and “gel without the light” in in certain advertising contexts.

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NARB Panel Recommends P&G Discontinue Claim that ‘Easy Ups’ Training Pants are ‘The Easiest Way to Underwear’

A panel of NARB has recommended that The Procter & Gamble Company discontinue the challenged advertising claim that “Easy Ups” training pants represent “the easiest way to underwear.”

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NARB Recommends Reckitt Benckiser Modify Product Packaging, Disclose Basis for ‘#1 Recommended’ Claim

A panel of NARB has recommended that Reckitt Benckiser LLC modify product packaging for its Finish brand dishwasher detergent and more clearly disclose to consumers the basis for dishwasher manufacturer recommendations that support Reckitt Benckiser’s “#1 World’s Recommended Brand” claim.

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NARB Refers Rust-Oleum to FTC After Company Fails to Comply with Panel’s Recommendation

NARB has referred advertising claims made by Rust-Oleum Corporation to the FTC for further examination, after a determining the company has not complied with NARB’s recommendation to discontinue use of “2X” as part of the Painter’s Touch Ultra Cover product name.

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