Dual Label Meets Repellent/Sunscreen Requirements By FDA, EPA – Chattem
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
A single label for insect repellent sunscreen products could meet the requirements of both FDA and the Environmental Protection Agency without confusing consumers, Chattem says in comments to FDA
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