On June 14, 2011, U.S. FDA issued new rules for sunscreen products. These present dramatic changes to current regulations and rules by U.S. FDA for suncreen products.
New labeling and testing requirements are effective for all sunscreen products. Many common phrases used on sunscreen products, such as "sunblock," "waterproof," "prevents skin cancer," etc. are no longer permitted by U.S. FDA. In addition, specific testing must be completed for each sunscreen product before other claims about the product's UVA and UVB protection can be made.
Registrar Corp assists businesses with new U.S. FDA sunscreen regulations.
U.S. FDA Sunscreen Regulations Can Be Complicated
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