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The Federal Trade Commission won agreements from L'Occitane, Inc.; Sensa Products LLC; HCG Diet Direct LLC; and LeanSpa LLC.The FTC also urged media outlets to scrutinize advertisements more carefully to avoid publishing potentially misleading ads, noting that some of the advertisements for the products – from food supplements to skin creams – appeared in mainstream publications.In contrast, a study of the product by a Sensa company executive found that users lost an average of 5.6 pounds over six months, the FTC said.A one-month supply of Sensa's powder cost $59.00, plus shipping and handling, the FTC said. Sensa said in a statement that the company had admitted no wrongdoing and that the FTC did not challenge the product's safety.
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