Sunscreen is all about safety, which is why it’s a top concern for the FDA for many years now, and just like how Rocky Mountain Sunscreen provides the ideal combination of ingredients for your sunscreen, the FDA has compiled the most effective new set of mandates for all sunscreen manufacturers to follow.
Here are the five new mandates:
- Inclusion of the Broad Spectrum Designation.
- Water resistant claim specifics.
- Marketing Terms are restricted.
- Mandatory presence of drug facts box.
- Skin cancer prevention claim usage only with Broad Spectrum designation.
Overall these designations are going be mean new labeling with clearer safety statements, which in the end will make your purchasing decision even easier. Straightforward, honest labeling is something that all sunscreen companies should uphold, and we’re happy to say that Rocky Mountain Sunscreen has been preparing for over years. Our labels have included drug boxes for five years now, and we’ve never made any over the top waterproof claims, such as “sweatproof” or “all-day protection.”
Next week we’ll get into what these five new mandates mean for you the consumer, what to look for, and how it’ll make shopping for sunscreens that much easier. In the meantime be sure to check out the already FDA compliant Rocky Mountain Sunscreen.