Exuviance Before/After Photos Overexpose Results – NAD
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
NeoStrata will modify a print ad for its Exuviance anti-aging skin care products after NAD finds that “before” and “after” photos imply a claim about efficacy not supported by a study for one, though similar images are supported by a study on the efficacy of the second.
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