Iowa imposes $50,000 penalty on lab promoting ‘drinkable sunscreen’
BPC Staff Mar 29, 2018 | 3:41 pm
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A laboratory firm based in New York has agreed to pay $50,000 to Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller’s office for supporting a so-called “drinkable sunscreen” that did not work, sold by the Colorado company Osmosis. International Research Services promoted the “harmonized water,” which was sold at salons in 3-ounce spray bottles for $30 each, and had allegedly been treated with electrical charges through a machine invented by an Iowa farmer, reports the Des Moines Register. Miller’s office took Osmosis to court in 2017 over the product, and Osmosis agreed to pay $70,000 to the state.
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