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FDA Warnings Slow, But Anti-Aging Claims Remain Class Action Targets

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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The online universe is abuzz with complaints about 2016, with some ready to dub the year “worst ever.” It certainly was a rough one for anti-aging skin-care marketers, and while FDA’s warning letter activity has declined of late, consumer lawsuits continue to file challenging companies’ clock-reversing promises.

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