Soaptronic’s Germstar Antiseptic Rubs Clean On Ingredients, Not On Claims
Claims that Germstar antiseptic cleanser line treat swine flu, E-coli, salmonella and norovirus are not part of an OTC final monograph or TFM, FDA says in warning letter. The products contain active ingredients FDA deferred from OTC monographs for consumer and health care rubs to await additional data.
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