FTC CONSUMER PROTECTION STAFF SAYS SUNSCREEN TFM CLAIMS MAY "MISINFORM"
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FTC CONSUMER PROTECTION STAFF SAYS SUNSCREEN TFM CLAIMS MAY "MISINFORM" consumers about the "level or type of protection that sunscreen products provide." Citing the Federal Trade Commission's "extensive experience in analyzing advertising claims [for] the likely implicit messages they may convey," FTC's Bureau of Consumer Protection staff told FDA in a Feb. 7 letter that they believe the sunscreen tentative final monograph "includes terms and phrases for labels that may, unintentionally, misinform consumers."
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