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Direct Selling Self-Regulatory Council Makes First Referral To FTC: Aloe Veritas

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Maybe there’s truth in aloe, but there’s too little of it in earnings and health-related claims made by wellness and skin-care firm Aloe Vertitas and its Lifestyle Coaches, according to the direct-selling industry’s self-regulatory body. The DSSRC is referring the company to the Federal Trade Commission for failure to state its compliance or appellate intentions.

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