Maybelline Substantiates Anti-Aging Claims In NAD Case
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Executive SummaryMaybelline New York demonstrated that claims its Instant Age Rewind Eraser Treatment Makeup foundation could “erase” signs of aging merely play on the product name and are not taken literally by consumers, according to the National Advertising Division.
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