The skin care industry has been rocked by a controversy over the sale of a new skin care supplement called Medica Skin Care.
A U.S. senator says he’s worried about the potential health effects of the supplement, which has been marketed by a company called Millennium Medical Care.
The company’s website describes the product as a “preventative medicine for skin problems,” and claims that it “is an FDA approved prescription drug with a proven safety record.”
Medica Skin Control claims it will “stop, manage and treat all skin disorders.”
In a statement, Millennium said it “has never approved or manufactured a drug for the treatment of any specific skin disorder.”
The company also claims that its product is “not marketed for a specific skin condition.”
But in a report from Pro Care Medical Care, a leading dermatologist, it says that Medica is “a product that has been tested in humans and has been found to be effective.”
The study, which was published online in the journal Dermatology, looked at patients who had skin conditions that were related to skin inflammation.
The authors said that some patients were given a product called MedICA that “may have potential to treat their skin conditions.”
They said that a few patients also received the skin cream without a doctor’s prescription.
“This study is based on two patient reports that have been reviewed in detail by Dr. William B. Schaffer, MD, a professor of dermatology at the University of Michigan Medical School and one of the authors of the study,” the researchers wrote.
It is unclear what caused the patients’ conditions, but some of them reported that their skin was dry and irritated.
Other patients reported problems with their skin and skin inflammation that worsened with repeated use of the product.
While Schaffer has been criticized for his conclusions, some experts are questioning his methodology and whether he has adequately accounted for the possible side effects.
The study, according to Pro Care, included patients who received a median of 11,300 milligrams of Medica skin cream a day.
The company says that a daily dose of around 1,000 milligram should be safe.
The drug is approved by the Food and Drug Administration for treating skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis.
In an interview with The Associated Press, Schaffer said he’s concerned about the safety of the Medica product and said it would have to be reviewed by the FDA before it is approved.
“What the company has done is done what’s called an investigational new drug, or IND, which is a loophole that allows the company to do a new drug without having to prove that it’s safe,” Schaffer told AP.
Schaffer said that Millennium did not have to prove the drug was safe before it sold the product to people.
He said the FDA should be able to look at the data and determine whether the drug is safe.
According to the FDA, Medica claims to be a “non-addictive, skin-repairing skin care ingredient.”
But it also says it has been used to treat inflammatory skin conditions including psorias mites, rosacea, acne, eczemas and psoriatic arthritis.
It was initially sold as a generic name called Medicon, and it has since been renamed Millennium Medical.
Millennium Medical said in a statement that the company is reviewing the study and has “no further comment at this time.”
Millennium did also say that the study was based on “two patient reports” and that “there were no adverse events reported.”
But Schaffer and other experts say that’s not true.
Several experts told The Associated White House Correspondent that the FDA has not approved Medica as a treatment for any specific condition.
Pharmaceutical companies have been slow to approve new drugs because of concerns that some of the new drugs could cause side effects or even make patients sick.
For instance, a new type of anti-inflammatory drug called nifedipine, which causes nausea, has had mixed results.
The Food and Drugs Administration has approved the drug for treating nausea, vomiting and diarrhea in people over age 65, but the FDA says it should not be used to manage inflammatory conditions.
Another recent controversy involved a company that sells a skin care serum called MediCal Skin Care that is marketed as a topical skin cream, but which is supposed to treat a variety of skin conditions.
The FDA has yet to approve the serum, which uses a combination of glycerin, vitamin C and salicylic acid.
Some people say the products are ineffective and have claimed that it can lead to allergic reactions.