Norwich's branch of Lush has continued to front their store with a controversial marketing campaign called #SpyCops.
Lush says it is highlighting "the ongoing undercover policing scandal, where officers have infiltrated the lives, homes and beds of activists".
The campaign claims that some police officers had relationships with people they'd been sent to spy on.
An inquiry into undercover policing was launched in 2015.
It is looking at the work of the Special Demonstration Squad, the National Public Order Intelligence Unit, and police forces across England and Wales. It's expected to begin hearing evidence next year and will continue to do so for around two years.
Many have criticised the campaign saying it's unfair on the police force.
Some of Lush's branches have decided to take theirs down. Peterborough's branch took down their campaign from their window yesterday.
In a statement Lush said:
The advertising campaign was reported to the Advertising Standards Agency but they will be taking no further action because they claim the matter is "outside of their remit."