Unilever, which possesses commonly recognized names, for example, Marmite and PG Tips, has pledged to stop its brands running adverts on pornography destinations.

The move comes after its men’s prepping range Dollar Shave Club ran a crusade on the questionable site Pornhub.

The Sunday Times raised worries over the promotions, claiming Pornhub had neglected to expel unlawful substance from the site.

Pornhub told the BBC it questioned the cases, yet Unilever said it was “very concerned”.

The purchaser great mammoth said that it had been uninformed of Dollar Shave Club’s crusade, and that the shaving brand had “operational freedom” over its showcasing exercises.

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Unilever purchased Dollar Shave Club in 2016

“We don’t bolster publicizing on pornography destinations, and we are incredibly worried about the substance that the Sunday Times imparted to us,” a representative said.

“This sort of substance is profoundly upsetting, and we will guarantee that none of our brands publicize on Pornhub once more, or on some other pornography destinations.

“Dollar Shave Club has additionally affirmed that they won’t promote with Pornhub once more, or on some other pornography locales.”

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Dollar Shave Club, which presents razors on clients, ran a period restricted crusade on Pornhub before in 2019.

One advertisement read: “On the off chance that you utilize our restroom items you won’t need to visit this site to such an extent.”

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