Kleenex® Brand Ultra Soft tissue... perfect for your toughest colds, allergies... and everyday sneezes.
One uses the three-dot ellipse to show words that have been left out of a sentence. Its four-dot cousin fulls the same function, but at the end of the sentence.
While Kleenex® could make the case that the first ellipse replaces a dropped "is," the second one shows their copy-writers' complete lack of comma sense. Yes, the humble comma is the mark they should have used.
(An em-dash, meant to set off a strong interruption, might also have worked. But we think that's a stretch.)
In any case, 'snot pretty when multinational corporations don't hire proofreaders, is it?
P.S. Don't you like how SPOGG® has figured out how to mock brand-hypersensitivity?