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Nutricosmetics Pose Intriguing Possibilities For Brands That Hit Wall With Skin-Care Claims

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Statements about collagen production, maintaining cellular integrity, addressing age spots, even shrinking wrinkles and treating noncystic acne – all are viable structure/function claims for nutricosmetics, assuming there's evidence to back them up. The Rose Sheet discusses the growing opportunity with regulatory and legal experts and provides an overview of the market at present.

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