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StriVectin Revises Ad With NAD-Approved ‘Clear And Conspicuous’ Disclosure

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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The National Advertising Division continues work by the FTC in 2014 to crack down on inadequate disclosures, inquiring into a disclaimer used in print advertising for StriVectin Intensive Illuminating Serum. The skin-care firm will use a revised ad going forward that addresses NAD’s concerns about the disclaimer’s placement, clarity and conspicuousness.

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