'FDA' Link In Rodan + Fields Prop 65 Warning Now Goes To The Agency
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
A link for FDA information included in Prop 65 warnings for Rodan & Fields benzophenone products went an industry site, the Environmental Working Group found. The firm replaced the link with one to FDA’s site, saying it used the industry website because it was more consumer friendly.
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Rep. Pallone Keeps After Cosmetics; Edgewell Acquires Jack Black; Coty On Amazon Echo; News In Brief
Jack Black will join Schick razors, Bulldog skin care and Banana Boat sunscreens in Edgewell's brand portfolio; Congressman Pallone wants FDA to investigate Rodan + Fields. More cosmetics news in brief.
The New Jersey Democrat introduced multiple cosmetics-related amendments during the House Health Subcommittee's markup of draft OTC monograph reform legislation. While ultimately nothing came of the proposed measures, it's clear that Pallone remains intent on updating cosmetics regulations to require facility registration, adverse event reporting and good manufacturing practices, among other aims.