Posted 15 January 2013
Is Glomail’s Celltone one big scam?
On the 25th October 2012, the ASA ruled against the proof supplied by Glomail for its Celltone product, i.e., the proof supplied was not good enough to support the claims being made for the product. However it is clear that Glomail is ignoring the ASA ruling and continues to make false claims regarding the product.
At http://www.glomail.co.za/glomail_products_celltone.asp. a video commercial featuring the model Cindy Nel is shown which makes the following statements, inter alia: “Contains snail gel extract which is acclaimed for its regenerative properties. Celltone can repair tissue and regenerate the growth of new skin cells” and “the active ingredient is called allantoin which is what snails naturally produce to repair their own shells. And it works.” The context of “and it works” is not inferring that the allantoin works for repairing snails own shells but the … Read the rest