The district court properly dismissed this false labeling suit against Target.  The label of its biotin food supplement stated “helps support healthy fair and skin.”  Under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (21 U.S.C. § 343(r)(6)(B)), FDA regulation of food supplement labels preempts state law.  Here, the label met the FDA’s three requirements for such a label.  Target had t had substantiation for its claim that biotin “helps support healthy hair and skin.”  The the biotin product label had the appropriate disclosures and it did not claim to treat diseases.”  Accordingly, the FFDCA preempted plaintiff’s state law claims that the label falsely advertised the biotin’s properties.