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Senators Push FDA For SPF Cap, Spray Sunscreen Review

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Nine Democrats led by Senator Jack Reed ask FDA to resolve sunscreen issues that remain in regulatory limbo. FDA needs to clarify “misconceptions about misleadingly high SPF labels beyond 50, where the increase in UV protection is relatively small,” the senators suggest.

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