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Zinc oxide/avobenzone sunscreen combo addition to TFM requested by P&G.

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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AVOBENZONE INCLUSION IN SUNSCREEN TFM "AT LOWEST POSSIBLE LEVEL" recommended by Procter & Gamble "to minimize the consumer risk of photoallergic responses." Based on a P&G photoallergy test showing that "one panelist was...photosensitized to avobenzone" (Parsol 1789), the company suggests in March 4 comments to FDA that "it would seem prudent for the agency to minimize the consumer risk of photoallergic responses by encouraging the use of Parsol 1789 at [the] lowest possible levels in products."
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