In this video brought to you by Project Beauty, we learn what the FDA is and what exactly does it mean when something is "FDA Approved"
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FDA stands for food and drug administration. When they say FDA approved means the product has been reviewed and accepted by the FDA until they allow it to be in stores. Any pharmaceutical product should be reviewed by them to know if it's safe for people to use until it's allowed to be on shelves.
MelissaMay 11, 2012 - 10:07pm