Jan Marini Focused On Damage Control Following FDA Seizure Of Eyelash Item
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Jan Marini issued a statement Nov. 16 stressing that its Age Intervention Eyelash product has not been manufactured or distributed since September of last year, in response to a release from FDA announcing seizure of the "potentially harmful" product
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