This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Executive SummaryHawaiian Tropic marketer Tanning Research Labs adds its voice to industry requests that FDA eliminate SPF 30+ cap on sunscreen, claiming there should be no restriction at "such a low level of protection" in an Oct. 14 citizen petition. Daytona Beach, Fla. firm cites strong sales of high-level SPF products as reason to eliminate cap, noting American consumers demand such products. Limit could remove incentive for manufacturers to develop more effective sunscreen products or encourage companies to use minimum amount of sunscreen actives to obtain the 30+ label, firm says...
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