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FDA Wiping Market Of Verboten Sunscreen Formats Following 2016 Warnings

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Consumer access to SPF-infused wipes is shrinking following FDA warning letters last year to companies that have since discontinued cited products, which the agency says are unapproved drugs ineligible for OTC sunscreen drug review. It remains to be seen how the maker of KLENSKIN Shower-On sunscreen products will respond, with its entire business model hanging in the balance.

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