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“This is the biggest issue in our industry,” explains Dr. James Brown, a physician at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.
“It’s an environmental problem, but it’s also a health problem.”
The chemical is used in over 10,000 cosmetics, including cosmetics such as eye lotions and scrubs, but its safety is controversial.
In 2011, the FDA banned the chemical in all cosmetic products, including nail polish, and also prohibited it from being used in cosmetics in Europe, Australia and Canada.
However, the chemical is still on the market, with companies selling its use.
The American Association of Dermatologists (AAD) says the chemical has been linked to cancer, asthma and cardiovascular disease, as well as developmental delays.
The FDA has already taken action to ban it.
In 2013, it said that if the chemical were to enter the US, it would likely be used to treat conditions such as acne, dry skin and hay fever.
The chemical has also been linked in a number of cases to miscarriage, which could increase the risk of pregnancy complications.
The Food and Drug Administration also said it was investigating whether the chemical might cause birth defects, including microcephaly, a condition where the brain is abnormally small.
Dr. Brown says Rebecca Mineral has been approved in Canada for use in certain facial care products, and he hopes the FDA will take action.
“We are hoping for more action on this,” he said.
There are a number products out there, and I think they should be banned.”