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FDA Shows Skin Authority Who’s Boss With Warning For Drug Claims

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Yet another skin-care marketer, Skin Authority, has been served with an FDA warning letter for excessive product claims that identify its offerings as drugs. The agency cites statements touting the firm’s ingredient benefits, including collagen production, improved circulation, inflammation relief and hyperpigmentation treatment, consistent with other warnings issued to cosmetics firms in recent months.

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