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ASA Ruling On My Perfect Eyes Reinforces Opportunity For Instant Skin Care

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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The Perfect Cosmetics Company’s clinical trial evidence is sufficient in the Advertising Standards Authority’s view to support the claim that eye-area wrinkles “virtually disappear” following use of its My Perfect Eyes formula. Products of its ilk could be relatively safe plays from a regulatory perspective in an otherwise challenging category and appeal to younger consumers seeking instant skin-care solutions.

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