INFLUENCERS Charlotte Dawson and Chloe Ferry have had more Instagram posts banned despite repeated warnings for breaking advertising rules.
Reality star Charlotte, 29, advertised her own Dawsylicious tanning product without making clear it was a marketing post, a watchdog found.
Her rep said she did not think it needed to be labelled an ad because it was her own product.
She had the same warning from the Advertising Standards Authority in July over a series of Instagram posts promoting a make-up brand.
Former Geordie Shore star Chloe Ferry, 26, also had a post advertising water bottles banned.
It included a swipe-up link to a site to buy them but also failed to make clear it was an ad.
A rep for Ferry said she “would take care to ensure that future ads were appropriately labelled”.
In June, Ferry was among the first four influencers named for repeatedly failing to disclose ads on their social media.
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