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FDA’s Proposed Sunscreen Rule Could Bring SPFs Back Down To Earth, Deter SPF Fraud Suits

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SPF claims would be capped at SPF 60+ under FDA’s proposed rule, and companies would be required to label products using the lowest SPF measured in testing and maintain test records that would be accessible to FDA during inspections. The proposal also includes new broad-spectrum requirements, among a host of other changes.

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