Magnesium Inflama Spray – ASA breach ruling

Posted 25 October 2013

As mentioned in a previous post, Marcelle du Plessis does not pay attention to societal norms or regulations or ASA rulings. In this breach complaint, i.e., she continues to make unsubstantiated claims for her products, she did not ever bother to respond to the ASA’s correspondence.

[note note_color=”#f7f792″]Magnesium Inflama Spray / HA Steinman / 19028
Ruling of the : ASA Directorate
In the matter between:
Dr Harris Steinman Complainant(s)/Appellant(s)
Platinum Lifestyle Products CC Respondent [/note]
23 Oct 2013


In Magnesium Inflama Spray / H Steinman / 19028 (30 July 2012) the Directorate found the respondent’s advertising as a whole communicated unsubstantiated efficacy claims for its “Magnesium Inflama Spray” product in contravention of Clause 4.1 of Section II of the Code.

The advertisement referred to the company as “BodyDetox”, and was headed “Spuit jou PYN weg!” (Spray your PAIN away!). It promoted the respondent’s Read the rest

2 comments to Magnesium Inflama Spray – ASA breach ruling

  • Bianca Berry

    I’ve been using Magnesium Inflama spray for the past four months and am disgusted with what I just learnt. Please unveil the truth!

  • Liana Pettifer

    Bought inflamaspray today in George,was recommended by a friend who crochets a lot and treats her aching fingers with it.I wanted to read up on miracle magnesium(that’s what I asked for at the pharmacy)and found this!

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