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FDA Warning Letter Depicts Personal-Care Regulation's Present, Possible Future

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Cosmetic firms already are being closely watched by FDA for overreaching product claims, but if formal good manufacturing practices are established for the sector down the road under regulatory reform legislation, companies could be targeted increasingly with warning letters like that issued to Beauty & Health International for quality-control violations at its Garden Grove, California facility.

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