Sunscreen "lengthy, expensive" regulatory process "impedes" product innovation -- J&J.
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
SUNSCREEN REGULATORY PROCESS "IMPEDES" PRODUCT INNOVATION, Johnson & Johnson Consumer Products Manager Curtis Cole said at a June 3 HBA Global Expo skin care symposium in New York City. Referring to the need for "new, high efficient UVA filters," Cole told attendees that "lengthy [and] expensive" regulatory requirements "have resulted in discouraging numerous attempts to develop and qualify" UVA sunscreen ingredients that "would provide significant benefits over current" ingredients.
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