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US FDA Cosmetics Director Lists Talc, Formaldehyde In Hair Smoothers Among Priorities

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Linda Katz, director of the FDA’s Office of Cosmetics and Colors, touched on cosmetics modernization legislation in her 21 September presentation on agency priorities at the Independent Beauty Association’s virtual FDA Cosmetics Regulations Workshop.

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