Re: Trading Standards (brighton & hove) Stance on Black Henna - A legal cosmetic.


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Posted by mark on August 27, 2002 at 16:45:19:

In reply to: Re: Trading Standards (brighton & hove) Stance on Black Henna - A legal cosmetic. posted by Catherine Cartwright Jones on August 26, 2002 at 12:50:47:

Well all is not lost - they will not allow trading along the seafront
due to my persistance.

As far as im aware they could get every tube that is not correctly
labelled and destroy it and continue to do this until they get sick of
buying it and loosing their stock but they have not got the time or
man power to do this.

Im seeking further advice and perhaps will liase with the council, t
standards and police in employing a security team to get rid of em at
the cost of the studio.

Ill keep everyone informed.

Mark




: That is miserable and I'm very sorry to hear it. Here, as far as
I'm
: aware, PPD slinging falls under inappropriate or unauthorized use
and
: is thus illegal. ON the other hand, it sounds like the ruling is
that
: they MUST tell people there's PPD in it. In cornmarket, every last
: one of them lied, and that was scary. It's nice to know when you're
: about to get hurt and what's hurting you, though I don't know how
many
: people are going to think to ask.

 


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