FTC Zeros In On Supplements Claiming To Prevent Or Reverse Gray Hair
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The Federal Trade Commission announces May 15 that it has settled charges with two marketers making unfounded claims that their dietary supplements could prevent or reverse gray hair, and is pursuing legal action against a third company for similar claims.
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