The Food and Drug Administration said it found asbestos in a makeup kit three months after the company pulled other makeup from its stores.
Claire's, a retailer designed for tweens, denied the FDA's report and accused the agency of mischaracterizing its cosmetics.
Asbestos can show up elsewhere, too, and is costing Johnson & Johnson billions in legal fees.
“You just assume that a children's product would be safe.”
Russia blocked the listing of chrysotile asbestos to the Prior Informed Consent (PIC) list of hazardous substances.
Specific provisions in Obamacare protect victims of one of America's worst environmental disasters. Will a Republican replacement do the same?