Company behind vaginal pearls for ‘cleansing ex-loved ones from the womb’ faces a class action lawsuit
Company behind vaginal pearls for ‘cleansing ex-womb lovers’ faces a class action lawsuit in Florida for misleading advertisements
- Goddess Detox praises the cleansing properties of his ‘herbal vaginal suppositories’
- But they have already been banned by the health authorities in Canada
- Gynecologist Dr. Jen Gunter calls their advertising ‘very predatory’
- Class claim was filed on Friday in Broward County
The company behind vaginal pearls for “cleansing ex-womb lovers” is facing a class action lawsuit in Florida for misleading advertisements.
Goddess Detox says her products “help women make contact with their wombs” and have helped thousands of people cope with menstrual cramps, odors, and dryness.
But a court complaint filed Friday in Broward Country, Florida, says the company’s commercials are misleading and deceptive.
It is after the Canadian authorities last year banned the sale of the $ 33 “herbal vaginal suppositories” because of their ability to remove “the old stagnant energy of an ex-lover” that prevented “blood flow in the womb.”
Goddess Detox says her products “help women make contact with their wombs” and have helped thousands of people cope with menstrual cramps, odors and dryness
Judicial documents released on Monday showed that the prosecution will claim that the detox beads are illegal as treatment for diseases because of the lack of FDA approval Court House News reported.
“The labeling, marketing and advertising of the product on the packaging and on the defendant’s website are false, misleading and misleading because the product is not safe and because the product cannot offer the claimed benefits.” the judicial document said.
Goddess Detox is run by self-help writer Vanessa White aka Olanikee Osi, who has not commented.
Her company was examined in November last year when it was described as “very predatory” by Dr. Gynecologist. Jen Gunter in an interview with CBC.
Goddess Detox is run by self-help writer Vanessa White aka Olanikee Osi, who has not responded
“I think there is a lot of this kind of false idea about what the normal vagina should look like,” Gunter told the broadcaster. “You don’t have to detox at all … nothing at all. There is nothing in your reproductive system that needs to be detoxified. Your whole body, you have liver and kidneys – they take care of that. ”
Gunter’s criticism of the brand is cited in the Florida court case.
The Goddess Vaginal Detox Pearls are sold for $ 33 on their website and are touted ‘herbal vaginal suppositories’ for their ability to clean the uterus.