Skinny Tan Ad Claims Went Several Shades Too Far For UK Authority
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
UK ad authority tells InnovaDerma UK Ltd. to stop referring to its Skinny Tan sunless tanning product as “No. 1,” “natural,” free of DHA, better smelling than other sunless tanning products, or as a way to reduce the appearance of cellulite.
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