Lindane Ban Request Presents Chance To Promote Natural Lice Solutions
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Lindane, used as an insecticide agent in lice treatments, is hazardous, ineffective and bad for the environment, Congressman Edward J Markey, D-Mass., says in a letter to FDA. With the use of harsh chemicals increasingly under attack, brands that offer natural solutions can shine.
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