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Will the FDA Ban Hydroquinone in Pigment Control Products?
Date:9/8/2009

"If new pigment control products were able to generate fast, effective results without the use of hydroquinone, the pigment control market would experience tremendous growth," says Kevin Flewwelling, Manager of the Aesthetics division at MRG. "Although we don't think the FDA will ban the use of over-the-counter hydroquinone-based products, we expect that companies will continue to invest in the research and development of new, non-hydroquinone pigment control products because of the tremendous market opportunity."

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MRG's US Markets for Physician-Dispensed Cosmeceuticals 2009 report covers the markets for physician-dispensed moisturizers, antiaging products, eye treatment products, cleansers and toners, pigment control products, acne treatments, sunscreens, and chemical peels in the US. The report provides unit sales and market revenues by product segment, including five-year forecasts, in-depth qualitative insights on leading products, and an analysis of the competitive landscape in each segment.

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