DermaTend Firm Faces Re-Labeling To Keep Lotions On Market
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Solace International’s recall announcement says “DermaTend is not FDA approved,” and “Using these DermaTend products instead of seeking medical attention could result in delayed diagnosis of conditions such as cancer.”
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