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Essential Oil Sleep Claims In Hot Water With UK Advertising Regulator

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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UK Advertising Standards Authority advised Puressentiel not to make ad claims reserved for licensed medicinal products. Puressentiel argued its products aren't medicinal, but still provided efficacy studies, which ASA declined to review.

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