Bangkok – The Deputy Commander of the Royal Thai Police says charges against illegal cosmetics and supplement producer Magic Skin are being pursued and investigations are continuing.
Pol Gen Weerachai Songmetta said Monday that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is looking into three charges against Magic Skin involving its products Chlorophy ll Detox fiber, Apple slim, Slim milk and Treechada. The products have been deemed fake after it was found their ingredient lists were inconsistent with their composition.
Police are also to file further charges against the company’s owner Wannapha Puangson, her husband Korn Puangson, Slim Milk brand owner Maturos Daengsamrit, Hanewkorea brand owner Pajree Wongsomboon, Treechada brand owner Treechada Jaisabai and Chlorophy II Detox Fiber and Apple Slim brand owner Tananpat Boonyosit. They are to be charged with conspiring to produce and distribute products in violation of the Cosmetics Act and Food Act. Wannapha and Korn have already been called in for questioning with warrants for the others being sought.
Pol Gen Weerachai added that police are in the process of seizing the assets of the accused and have so far taken possession of three of the 30 luxury cars owned by the individuals. He stated that any person attempting to help them transfer their assets will be charged with money laundering.