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FDA's PROPOSED SUNSCREEN DEFINITION EXCLUDES SOME CATEGORY I INGREDIENTS

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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FDA's PROPOSED SUNSCREEN DEFINITION EXCLUDES SOME CATEGORY I INGREDIENTS because it fails to address ingredients with absorption spectra extending into the UVA range, Haarman & Reimer said in march 14 comments on the sunscreen tentative final monograph. "The new definition of a sunscreen active ingredient is ambiguous and does not take into consideration the absorption spectra of all current Category I [safe and effective] ingredients," H&R maintained.
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