UVA testing for sunscreens with avobenzone required -- FDA interim marketing notice.
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
UVA TESTING OF SUNSCREENS WITH AVOBENZONE REQUIRED by FDA in an April 30 Federal Register notice allowing immediate use of the ingredient prior to publication of a final rule on sunscreens. The agency will allow the marketing of products containing the broad spectrum sunscreen ingredient avobenzone (Parsol 1789) in concentrations of up to 3% alone and in concentrations of 2%-3% in combination with specific Category I sunscreen ingredients.
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