Anti-Acne Toothpaste? FDA Warns VMV Hypoallergenics Maker For Claims Violations
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The non-GRASE status of VHV Hypoallergenics' Essence Skin-Saving antiperspirant and toothpaste – promoted as effective on areas of the body other than underarms and preventative of acne-like rashes around the mouth, respectively – makes them unapproved drugs, FDA says.
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