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CVS Reformulating Own-Brand Sunscreens Without Alleged Coral Killers

“CVS Pharmacy is highly attuned to our customers’ evolving needs and their desire for products that are more sustainable while still being efficacious,” says CVS Health’s George Coleman, senior vice president of merchandising. The retailer is committed to eliminating oxybenzone and octinoxate from CVS-branded sunscreens with SPFs less than 50 by the end of 2020.

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Perrigo Prioritizes Innovating First After Following OTC Brands To Market

Perrigo’s "national brand better" approach includes adding "better" value to generic equivalents that branded aren't offering, says President and CEO Murray Kessler. Prevacid 24 HR acquisition puts Perrigo at top of 15-mg lansoprazole PPI brand sales as well as in the generics market.

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Clear Eyes Recall Adds Clarity To Extent Of Impact From Altaire Sterility Concerns

Number of containers recalled varies from nearly 6.7m bottles of Clear Eyes Redness Relief to 1,752 bottles of brand's Maximum Itchy Eye Relief. Updates to FDA database also include recalls of private label/store brand OTCs as agency finds more problems at manufacturers providing drugs for drug store chains, other retailers and distributors.

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Imagining A US Where ‘Clean At Sephora’ Is De Facto Law

NGO-backed legislation at US federal, state and local levels to ban cosmetic ingredients and contain contaminant levels would be largely gratuitous if all cosmetics brands were compelled to be “Clean at Sephora.” For now, companies’ adherence to Sephora’s and peers’ green/clean chemistry principles remains voluntary, but retailers’ role as surrogate regulators seems only to be gaining in strength. 
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