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FDA Warning Cites Ageless Derma's Anti-Wrinkle, Brightening Claims

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

In a warning letter published on FDA's website May 2, the agency identifies two Ageless Derma products as unapproved new drugs due to label and website claims touting body structure/function effects. The laundry list of offending claims offers a resource for companies to use in their own claims-compliance efforts.

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