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FDA Warns Cosmetics Lab About Medical Claims

The Food and Drug Administration has warned Reviva Labs they must prove their products regenerate collagen, plump skin and lighten age spots or cease claiming they achieve those results. So reports NBC News.

The FDA said it issued a letter regarding eight different products that also claim to “clear up acne-prone oily skin, erase spider veins and help eradicate bruises.”

The FDA doesn’t regulate cosmetics unless they make medical assertions, the story reads. If those claims are made, the products must be formally registered as a new drug. Reviva President Stephen Strassler said the company is planning to change its website wording to comply with the FDA’s request.

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