FDA Warning Letter Barrage Continues With Five More To Close July
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
At least nine skin-care marketers received FDA warning letters in July for unapproved drug claims. In the month’s final two weeks, recipients included companies behind the Freeze 24-7 Instant Targeted Wrinkle Treatment and a Resurgent Stem Cell Firming Activator, among others.
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