The Federal Trade Commission has approved a final consent order settling charges that beauty products and cosmetics marketer L’Occitane violated the Federal Trade Commission Act with claims about the slimming properties of its Almond Beautiful Shape and Almond Shaping Delight skin creams.
First revealed in January, followed by a public comment period, the settlement with L’Occitane requires the company to pay $450,000 for consumer redress and prohibits it from making future false and deceptive weight-loss claims. The commission vote to approve the final order in this case was 4 to 0.
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