U.S. to allow more imports of EU-made cosmetics, sunscreen

The Trump administration on Friday allowed more imports into the U.K. of European-made products such as cosmetics, body lotions, sunscreen, and facial and nail treatments, the White House announced.

The administration said the moves were in response to a series of concerns, including the European Union’s use of the so-called EU-wide system for labeling cosmetics, and concerns over the lack of clarity about who makes what.

The move also marks a dramatic shift in U.N. trade policy, which has been dominated by the EU since its inception in 2004.