Sunscreen/Repellent Comments Stress Aligning FDA, EPA Label Regs
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA should amend the sunscreen monograph to include a subpart for combination insect repellent/sunscreen drug products and work with the Environmental Protection Agency to align the agencies' regulations for the products, Avon says
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