Yahoo Web Search

  1. Ad
    related to: fda
  1. ...scary thing these days but to tell you the truth, the FDA only spends about 1% of it's total budget ... listed in your telephone directory. FDA can and does inspect cosmetic manufacturing...

    2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 18/10/2007

  2. ...take this one home, but, tattoo inks are not regulated by the FDA , being neither food nor drugs. However they are put into...

    4 Answers · Beauty & Style · 02/09/2009

  3. They are not FDA approved, they are just not deemed dangerous so they are...

    4 Answers · Beauty & Style · 17/04/2010

  4. .... For normal cosmetic products (with no % in label claims), FDA does not get involved. FDA licenses the industrial site...

    1 Answers · Beauty & Style · 23/05/2013

  5. whether you are selling retail or not. If you already have the FDA 's approval on your product, people will be more likely to use it. You...

    1 Answers · Beauty & Style · 16/08/2008

  6. ok get a natural tan beacuse TRUST ME me and my bff kelsie tried sunless tanning we came to school looking like CARROTS WE WER ORANGE so advice get dove energy glow i guess http://www.dove...

    1 Answers · Beauty & Style · 27/06/2007

  7. Why did you want to eat some??

    6 Answers · Beauty & Style · 05/09/2010

  8. I have not heard of it until now, thank you. I think that it would save a lot of pain, time, and money when it comes to tattoo removal. I would actually get my tattoo inked with that for the sheer purpose of removing it when I got old and wrinkly.

    2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 16/07/2008

  9. There are no FDA approved inks...

    7 Answers · Beauty & Style · 21/04/2007

  10. I don't know but I think that if they actually said "it's required by law" it would be illegal for them to even say that if it wasnt true.

    6 Answers · Beauty & Style · 31/05/2007

  1. Ads
    related to: fda
  1. Try asking your question on Yahoo Answers