Rulings (9)
  • Easylife Group Ltd

    • Upheld
    • Brochure
    • 02 December 2020

    A brochure ad for a skin product was banned for implying that it was effective at removing the appearance of wrinkles and removing skin tags, without adequate evidence.

  • Jemella Ltd t/a GHD

    • Upheld
    • Internet (social networking)
    • 04 November 2020

    A TikTok post by Emily Canham about a GHD branded hairdryer was banned for not being obviously identifiable as an ad.

  • Basetan

    • Upheld
    • Internet (social networking)
    • 02 September 2020

    A Facebook post promoting a tanning salon misleadingly implied sunbeds were the most efficient way to increase vitamin D levels and discouraged essential treatment for medical conditions.

  • Harvey Water Softeners Ltd

    • Upheld
    • Leaflet
    • 05 August 2020

    A leaflet for a water softener misleadingly claimed that the product produced glossier hair and softer skin.

  • STYLIDEAS Ltd

    • Upheld
    • Internet (social networking)
    • 06 May 2020

    A tweet by Lord Alan Sugar and Stylsmile UK did not make clear it was an ad.

  • Procter & Gamble (Health & Beauty Care) Ltd

    • Not upheld
    • Internet (on own site), Website (own site), Television
    • 29 April 2020

    A TV ad and website claims for an anti-ageing moisturiser did not mislead about the level of sun protection the product provided

  • The Green People Company Ltd t/a Green People, Green People Co

    • Upheld
    • Internet (on own site), Direct mail
    • 26 February 2020

    A direct mail and a blog post advertising sun cream were banned for being misleading and irresponsible.

  • Friction Free Shaving Ltd

    • Upheld
    • Internet (on own site)
    • 15 January 2020

    Claims on a website for a razor subscription service were misleading.

  • Cyrano Ltd

    • Upheld
    • Internet (social networking)
    • 08 January 2020

    A Facebook post for a sunbed retailer misled by inaccurately representing the opinions of the person quoted.