Petition Requests Skin Treatment GRASE For Ophthalmic Monograph Ingredient
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
A beauty professional says an eye redness reliever containing tetrahydrozoline hydrochloride – included in FDA’s OTC monograph for ophthalmic drug products – safely and effectively controls redness from acne and other skin ailments. She requests adding the ingredient to the skin protectant drug monograph.
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