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Consumer Reports Tells FDA: Half Of Sunscreens Perform Short Of SPF Claims

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The Personal Care Products Council questions Consumer Reports' testing of products' SPF levels, which may not be consistent with FDA standards. Over the four years CR has been testing sunscreens, 48% failed to meet claimed SPFs, with mineral sunscreens testing as particularly unreliable, the magazine says.

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