Kanebo Recalls Rhododenol-Based Skin Brighteners From Asian Markets
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
As many as 450,000 units under an array of brands are being recalled by Kao Corporation’s Kanebo Cosmetics unit following reports suggesting that the company’s Rhododenol brightening ingredient can leave white blotches on skin.
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