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FDA Considers Capping SPF Values At 50+ Despite Efficacy Data

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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FDA might cap sun-protection factors at 50 or 50+ so as not to mislead consumers about the clinical benefit of sunscreens with higher SPF values, according to a proposed rule.
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