IIT Delhi startup Sanfe falsely claim FDA approval but Ayush Ministry certificate for a pain-relief roll on found to be true

IIT Delhi startup Sanfe falsely claim FDA approval but Ayush Ministry certificate for a pain-relief roll on found to be true

On the occasion of International Women’s day, Sanfe took another step towards the journey to empower women. Sanfe launched Period Pain Relief Roll On to relieve women from pain and cramps during the menstrual period.

The Roll On for menstrual pain was designed to empower women during those days of the month and uplift their scenario so that they continue to do their daily activities without period pain hampering it for them. Sanfe Period Pain Relief Roll On is 100% natural with all the essential oils such as Lavender, Eucalyptus, Nilgiri and Menthol.

With all the claims that Sanfe Period Pain Relief Roll On, in-house incubated startup Sanfe, has been doing the rounds is the false claim about FDA approval. But does it end here?

During the event launch of Period Pain Relief Roll On,  Archit Aggarwal, Co-Founder of Sanfe, misquoted about the FDA approval as he felt it is equivalent to India’s Ministry of Ayush.

However, the moment both the co-founders realised the mistake on their part, they published a corregendium to inform their customers about the false information and not jeopardize any further relation.

Claim No 1. Sanfe Founders had misquoted the information regarding FDA approval of the product

Claim No 2. Sanfe Founders had presented the certificate of Ministry of Ayush which were found to be true

Claim No 3. Sanfe Founders had done product testing on workers from Space Organics (the manufacturer)

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