US FDA Warns Of Safety Risk OTC Needle-Free Devices Used For Dermal Fillers
Agency safety communication says needle-free dermal filler “pens” sold OTC on social media could pose a serious risk to consumers. It's aware of serious injuries, including permanent harm to skin, lips, or eyes with the use of needle-free devices for injection of lip and facial fillers.
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