P&G Causes Friction With UK Cosmetics Firm Over Ad Claim
Can shaving ever be “friction free”? Not according to Procter & Gamble, which challenged in a complaint to the UK Advertising Standards Authority a claim made by a British cosmetics firm FFS that it provided a “friction free” shaving experience for women via its subscription razor service.
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