While regulators fight over skincare standards, retailers move to apply their own balms
DESPITE THE EMPHASIS on food and beverage, everyone knows the world of whole health is incomplete without natural and organic skincare products. Organic chamomile-infused lotions, Dead Sea-salt facial scrubs, paraben-free hand salves and hypo-allergenic soaps are part of the regimen that the wellness-minded use to enhance and round out their care of body, mind and spirit. Yet incomplete is precisely how some in the industry feel. They criticize the lack of federal leadership regarding ...
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