ASRC Press Releases

NAD Recommends Reckitt Benckiser Discontinue Certain Claims for the Company’s Amopé GelActiv Insoles; Finds Certain Claims Supported

NAD has recommended that Reckitt Benckiser LLC discontinue claims that the company’s Amopé GelActiv Insoles offer “improved comfort” to women wearing high heels, but found that the claims “Heels Hurt. Amopé turns heels into sneakers,” and “Almost invisible” were non-actionable puffery.

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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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NAD Recommends JustFab Modify Advertising for VIP Membership Discount to Better Disclose Terms

NAD has recommended that JustFab, Inc., modify advertising for the “VIP offers” made for its “Fabletics” activewear to clearly and conspicuously disclose the material terms and limitations of the advertiser’s VIP membership program.

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NAD Recommends Shark Discontinue Preference Claims for ‘Rotator Powered Lift-Away’ Vacuum Challenged by Dyson

NAD has recommended that Sharkninja Operating LLC discontinue the following claims for the company’s Shark Rotator Powered Lift-Away vacuum cleaner: • “2 out of 3 preferred the Shark” • “America preferred … Shark”

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NAD Refers Advertising Claims Made by Lab Door to FTC for Further Review, After Company Declines to Participate in NAD Process

NAD has referred advertising claims made by Lab Door, LLC to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for further review, after the company declined to participate in a proceeding before NAD.

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CARU Refers Genesis Toys, Maker of Cayla ‘Connected’ Doll, to FTC After Company Fails to Respond to Privacy Inquiry

CARU has referred Genesis Toys, the maker of “My Friend Cayla Party Time” doll and the operator of an accompanying app and website, to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for further review, after the company failed to provide a substantive response to CARU initial privacy inquiry.

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