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FDA: EOS Lip Balms Linked To Adverse Reactions, But Cause Is Unknown

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

In a March 16 post to its website, FDA says that after inspecting EOS Products' contract manufacturer, it still cannot determine why consumers are experiencing rashes, blisters and cracked lips following use of EOS Lip Balm.

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