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Firm's Discontinued Hair Volume Claims Keep Growing Back; NAD Alerts FTC

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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New Nordic's seeming refusal to dispense with hair-growth claims in ads for its Hair Volume supplement, despite repeated promises to the National Advertising Division, has resulted in a referral to the Federal Trade Commission.

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