Reactions that have been reported include swelling.

To date, the FDA has been made aware of more than 50 adverse events and examines other reports sent to the manufacturer. Reactions that have been reported include swelling, cracking, peeling, blistering and scarring and the formation of granulomas in the areas of the eyes and lips. The effects reported caused serious disfigurement, difficulty in eating and talking what.

In July 2003, FDA reported the manufacturers of its intention of his of his shades from the market, based on six adverse events were reported. However, additional additional reports of adverse events related shades that were not included in the Company removal efforts. While the investigation is continuing, is FDA warning consumers received identified through associated adverse event reports to Premier Products hues on the FDA website.These are the views the the members of the Emergency Committee , which was convened earlier now by telephone conference.

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