Qualifying Your Manufacturer: Is Your Product BOTH A Cosmetic & A Drug?
Some products meet the definitions of both cosmetics and drugs. This may happen when a product has two intended uses. 

For example, a shampoo is a cosmetic because its intended use is to cleanse the hair. An anti-dandruff treatment is a drug because its intended use is to treat dandruff. Consequently, an anti-dandruff shampoo is both a cosmetic and a drug. 

Among other cosmetic/drug combinations are toothpastes that contain fluoride, deodorants that are also antiperspirants, and moisturizers and makeup marketed with sun-protection claims. Such products must comply with the requirements for both cosmetics and drugs.

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