Interested In Using CBD Or Probiotics In Cosmetics? Ask Yourself Why – FDA’s Linda Katz
The answer to the ‘why’ question can help clarify whether a company is marketing a cosmetic or an unapproved drug, FDA’s cosmetics office director advised attendees at ICMAD’s 38th annual regulatory workshop in New York.
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