FTC Nitpicking? Agency Suit Targets Natural Lice-Treatment Claims
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
CedarCide Industries lacks supporting scientific data for claims associated with its BEST Yet! head-lice treatments, which kill lice “instantly” with cedar oil without posing risks to the user, according to the company.
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