The sunscreen category garnered an estimated $735 million in sales in 2011 and is expected to grow to $1.1 billion by 2016.
The scent of sunscreen means summer has arrived as much as burgers on the grill or fresh-cut grass do. But choosing which sunscreen is most appropriate for watching over those burgers or while mowing the lawn can be a bit challenging. Food and Drug Administration requirements on labeling and a few key marketing words will give shoppers an easy shorthand to identify which products are right for them. By Dec. 17, sunscreen products including creams, lotions and sprays will need to comply ...
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