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Walgreens Faces Prop 65 Suit For TCA In Skin-Peel Product

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Center for Environmental Health claims that trichloroacetic acid-containing Perfect Image, MedPeel and Peel Rx skin-peel products expose consumers to “more than the lifetime cancer limit for TCA with each use.” For failing to warn consumers under California’s Prop 65 law, the Walgreen Company and four other firms linked to the products must mount a legal defense or settle with the NGO.

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