Soap Maker Warned As FDA's Cosmetics Enforcement Activity Picks Up
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
FDA has issued three warning letters to cosmetic product marketers over the past month. The agency cites Soapwalla for violative claims on bar soaps, while Star Health & Beauty's purported cosmetics and dietary supplements are not only unapproved drugs, but also adulterated in some cases due to GMP violations.
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