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how do i make my homeade sugar scrub legal to sell on my website?
You have several different things to consider here.

1) You need to trademark your name and any logos you use;

2) You need to patent the formula (if it is patentable);

3) You need to form a corporation to manufacture the product, and potentially a different corporation to distribute the product;

4) You need to have a disclaimer and waiver drafted to cover your specific situation. Do not use one of the forms off of the internet, because they will not be specific enough to your situation;

5) You need a warning andwanring label label drafted to be placed prominently on your product and on multiple places on your website.

These are fairly extensive projects, but you should be able to find a corporate attorney who can do all of these jobs for you, with the exception of the patent. Patent law is a very specialized area of the law, but your corporate attorney can help you find one.

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