Beauti Skin Care said it had banned advertisements from its beauty products, including facial scrubs, toothpaste and hair products, after a Canadian consumer watchdog raised concerns.
The beauty company, which has a large global network of 1.2 million stores, said it was making changes to the advertising policy in place.
It is also reviewing its advertising policies in the U.S., Europe and Australia.
“In Canada, we have had complaints of inappropriate advertising of products, and we have taken a number of steps to address these concerns,” the company said in a statement.
The company said it is taking action to improve the quality of the products it sells.
Beauti said it also had a review of its advertising practices in Canada and the U, as well as the ads on YouTube.
“We want to make sure our products are sold with the utmost of care and to ensure our customers feel comfortable with the quality and value of their products,” the statement said.
The cosmetics company said that its products are tested for microbiological, toxic and environmental contaminants, and that no ingredients are tested on animals.
The company has been in discussions with Canadian regulators since February about the issue, and it has been working with the provincial regulator, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, the company added.
The FDA also issued a statement on Thursday.