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Brazilian Blowout Must Stop Misleading Consumers, FDA Warns

Brazilian Blowout Must Stop Misleading Consumers, FDA Warns

My Health News Daily

September 7, 2011

The notorious hair straightening products company, Brazilian Blowout, has received its first official warning from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which has stated that the products are ‘adulterated’ and misbranded.

The company has until Sept. 12 to comply with the FDA’s directives, otherwise the products could be taken off U.S. shelves and further injunctions could be filed against the company, the agency said today (Sept. 7).

The FDA is asking Brazilian Blowout to reduce the level of formaldehyde from its products and change its misleading labels and advertising, which state that the products are formaldehyde-free.

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