ASRC Press Releases

ThermiGen Says it will Voluntarily Discontinue Certain Claims for ‘ThermiVa’ Device Following Challenge from Viveve

ThermiGen, LLC., said it has voluntarily and permanently discontinued certain advertising claims for the company’s ThermiVa medical device.

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CARU Recommends Tech 4 Kids Modify Broadcast Ad for 3D Magic ImagiPen to Better Disclose Product Drying Time, Need for Adult Supervision

CARU has recommended that Tech 4 Kids, maker of the 3D Magic ImagiPen, modify broadcast advertising to more clearly disclose both the drying time necessary for the three-dimensional creations produced with the pen and that adult supervision is required.

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NAD Examines Claims for JJCI Sunscreen Product; Recommends Advertiser Discontinue Certain Claims, Finds Certain Claims Supported

NAD has recommended that Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc., modify or discontinue certain claims made in print and broadcast advertising for its Neutrogena UltraSheer Dry-Touch Sunscreen SPF 100+ to avoid conveying a line claim. NAD also recommended the company discontinue claims that “no other sunscreen … feels better” and “best feeling sunscreen ever.”

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NAD Examines ‘Before-and-After’ Photos as Part of Challenge to Claims for NeoStrata’s Exuviance Products

NAD has examined before-and-after photographs that that appeared in print advertising for two anti-aging products – “Exuviance Retexturing Treatment” and “Exuviance Body Tone Firming Concentrate” – made by NeoStrata, Inc. NAD determined that the advertiser provided adequate substantiation for the claims related to photos of one product, but not the other.

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NARB Finds NAD Acted Appropriately in Jurisdictional Challenge Filed by Colgate Palmolive

The majority of a panel of NARB has determined that the NAD acted appropriately when it decided against administratively closing its review of advertising claims made by Colgate Palmolive Company, for its Tom’s of Maine “Naturally Dry” antiperspirant.

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NAD Recommends Beauty Science Group Modify, Discontinue Challenged Claims for ‘Hair La Vie’ Following Challenge by Brock Beauty

NAD has recommended that Beauty Science Group, Inc., modify or discontinue challenged advertising claims for the company’s Hair La Vie dietary supplement.

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