FDA issues Warning Letters to let companies know that they have violated the laws we enforce and to tell them what corrective action they need to take.
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- Warning Letter Cites LEC Custom Products, Inc. for Cosmetic and Drug Violations
- Warning Letters Address Drug Claims Made for Products Marketed as Cosmetics
- Warning Letters Cite Cosmetics as Adulterated Due to Microbial Contamination
- Warning Letters Highlight Differences Between Cosmetics and Medical Devices
- Warning Letter Cites Nature Essence Small Molecule Co., LTD for Cosmetic and Food Violations
- Warning Letter Cites Greenbrier International, Inc dba Dollar Tree for Cosmetic and Drug Violations
- Warning Letter Cites Hangzhou Badi Daily Use Chemical Company for Cosmetic and Drug Violations
- Warning Letter Cites Glint Cosmetics Pvt. Ltd.
- Warning Letter Cites Lime Crime, Inc. Regarding Color Additives
- Warning Letter Cites Van Tibolli Beauty Corp. GK Hair Taming System for Safety and Labeling Violations
- Warning Letter Cites Brazilian Blowout for Safety and Labeling Violations
- Warning Letter to Black Henna Ink, Inc. Cites Illegal Use of Color Additive
- Recalls & Alerts
- Is It a Cosmetic, a Drug, or Both? (Or Is It Soap?)
- FDA Authority Over Cosmetics
- Key Legal Concepts: "Interstate Commerce," "Adulterated," and "Misbranded"
- Import Alerts Related to Cosmetics