The Advertising Standards Council of India has demanded that L’Oreal either withdraw or modify its current advert for Garnier’s "Micellar Cleansing Water" as it finds the advert’s claims to be unsubstantiated.
India’s drug regulator has expanded its Johnson & Johnson investigation to cover the US brand’s shampoo and baby soap, as well as its talcum powder, which is currently being tested for traces of asbestos.
India’s drugs regulator has ordered Johnson & Johnson to stop manufacturing its Baby Powder in two of its Indian factories until test results prove they are free of asbestos, a senior official said on Thursday.
France's Chanel and Japan's Pola Orbis are among firms launching new ranges to exploit signs of rising demand for cosmetics among men, betting the tide is finally turning in a segment that has long underwhelmed.
A team of drug inspectors raided Johnson & Johnson's Indian manufacturing facilities, distributors, and wholesalers on Dec. 19 to seize samples of the brand’s talcum powder to test for traces of asbestos.