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Lynne Baker

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Now this is an interesting development.
Many of us will have described our facial treatments as being suitable for treating acne, we're told this by our manufacturers and so we pass it on to our clients. We advertise on our websites, flyers, social media etc that we have products and treatments to help to clear it up, don't we?
We all need to revisit this in the light of this ruling from the Advertising Standards Authority.

Acne treatment Ruling by the Advertising Standards Authority
 

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Now this is an interesting development.
Many of us will have described our facial treatments as being suitable for treating acne, we're told this by our manufacturers and so we pass it on to our clients. We advertise on our websites, flyers, social media etc that we have products and treatments to help to clear it up, don't we?
We all need to revisit this in the light of this ruling from the Advertising Standards Authority.

Acne treatment Ruling by the Advertising Standards Authority
Hi on my latest course for a&p the word acne was used in information but we were told not to say the word so I was intrigued by your post straight away. Thanks for sharing!
 

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