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EWG Warms To Sunscreen Use, But Maintains U.S. Products Are Subpar

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

NGO reiterates concerns about FDA-approved sunscreen ingredients, spray formats and high-SPF products in its 2014 Sunscreen Guide, based on a review of more than 700 sun-protection products available to U.S. consumers. In tandem with this year’s report, EWG launches a Sun Safety campaign encouraging sunscreen use, one of the few components of its messaging with which the Personal Care Products Council agrees.

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