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FDA Says Probiotic Cosmetics Could Be Adulterated, ‘Good’ Bacteria Or Not

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Executive Summary

The agency told Rose Sheet it’s unaware of any health concerns related to probiotic cosmetic use, but it’s currently reviewing product labeling and available literature on the subject. Companies should be aware that by current regulatory standards, probiotic-containing cosmetics may well be adulterated.


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