Hong Kong’s consumer watchdog has found that 80 per cent of the sunscreen products it tested failed to live up to their protective claims, in a controversial study prompting most of the cosmetic brands involved to dispute its findings and methodology.Only seven of the 30 products met the “PA” protection level as declared on their labelling and just 19 listed possible allergen ingredients, according to the Consumer Council report published on Thursday.The PA level refers to the protection…


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