The Food and Drug Administration is finally requiring new labels on sunscreens. The labels will be due by next summer. Consumers will then have a way to know how well a sunscreen protects them from skin cancer and wrinkles, not just sunburns. Unfortunately, it has taken the government 32 years to finally take this badly-needed action. The FDA, which first proposed changing sunscreen labels in 1978, recently announced the new rules on which products offer “broad protection” from both major forms of ultraviolation radiation, or UV. If you need more information, contact Shanna Malone at Shanna.Malone@beasleyallen.com.
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