Industry Groups Shine Light On “Helps Prevent” Claim In Sunscreen Comments
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Sunscreen labeling that claims the product "helps prevent" premature skin aging, cancer and other damage does not suggest sunscreen alone protects against these conditions, but in fact informs consumers that "complementary measures" are needed for adequate protection, according to trade groups' comments on FDA's proposal to amend the sunscreen final monograph
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