Allure skin cream and its ingredients were found to contain ingredients that could cause irritation, according to the company’s consumer information section.
These included the glycolic acid and the phenol-2-yl alcohol, which are not known to be toxic, according the company.
The company’s website also advises consumers to avoid using these ingredients.
The FDA said it is aware of concerns about Allure’s skin care products and is working with the company to address the concerns.
Allure has not yet released a statement on the concerns and its website has not been updated since its initial release.
The company said it will make the changes necessary to ensure the safety of Allure products and their ingredients and will share further information with consumers.
It also said that Allure will be making additional disclosures to consumers about its safety, and that Allures website will also be updated to inform consumers about those changes.
The news comes after the FDA’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a warning to consumers this week that the Allure cream and ingredient list contained several ingredients that are not approved for use in cosmetic products.
The FDA’s advisory includes an ingredient called glycolylic acid, which the FDA said was known to cause irritation to the skin.
Glycolic acids have been used for thousands of years in skin care and are often found in skin creams, scrubs, body lotions, and lotions.
Allure’s ingredients list is also not listed on the FDA website.
The agency’s announcement said that the FDA will issue a warning if a product or ingredient is used that does not meet the requirements of the Cosmetic Ingredient Control Act and FDA’s Dietary Supplement and Dietary Fiber regulations.
The FDA said consumers can also contact its hotline at 1-800-FDA-1088 for additional information.