Multiple SPF Categories Will "Confuse" Consumers - Skin Cancer Foundation
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA's tri-level SPF categories in the final sunscreen monograph "will confuse consumers and limit their ability to obtain adequate sun protection," the Skin Cancer Foundation states in June 3 comments to the agency.
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