An advertising regulator named Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has been opposing the Scottish government’s grievances that Indego Sun’s claims are erroneous, says an up-to-date report.
Though, it is being said by ministers that the claims are mere boasts. The investigating team affirms that company is not saying anything out of track. It is a general claim and a proved one that sunbeds are a source of vitamin D.
It says that the company is not incorrect if it still insists that the exposure to UV or ultraviolet rays is good. Since, the same helps in boosting the production of the vitamin D in the body. However, it lacks on one corner when it does not provide information in detail that overexposure and not exposure is actually harmful.
However, Indego Sun is sticking at its point that sunbeds are beneficial, saying that these are certainly not sold as a source of UV. Also, it affirmed that the drawbacks and warnings such as who and who not should use the product are also contained by the leaflet of the firm.
But, the government on the other hand is of the opinion that it is wrong to partially inform customers about any product and criticizes the WHO for advising such a thing.
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