What Neutrogena products have been recalled?
The recall involves four Neutrogena sunscreen versions — Beach Defense aerosol sunscreen, Cool Dry Sport aerosol sunscreen, Invisible Daily Defense aerosol sunscreen and Ultra Sheer aerosol sunscreen — and Aveeno Protect + Refresh aerosol sunscreen. The Washington PostJohnson & Johnson recalls five Neutrogena, Aveeno sunscreen products containing traces of benzene
Is Neutrogena Beach defense recalled?
The sunscreen recall only affects six products, which are all spray sunscreens, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recall notice says. Those products are: Neutrogena Beach Defense aerosol sunscreen. ... Neutrogena Invisible Daily defense aerosol sunscreen. SELFSpray Sunscreen Recall: What You Need to Know About the Recalled Neutrogena and Aveeno SPFs
Can I get a refund on recalled sunscreen?
The recall includes all can sizes and all levels of sun protection factor, or SPF. The products were distributed nationwide through retailers. ... It urged consumers to stop using the sunscreens immediately and said customers can get a refund by calling J&J's Consumer Care Center at 1-800-458-1673. CBS PittsburghJohnson And Johnson Recalls Sunscreens Due To Traces Of Chemical That Can Cause Cancer With Repeated Exposure
Is Neutrogena Wet Skin recalled?
The company sells one other spray sunscreen product, Neutrogena Wet Skin, which isn't affected, J&J said. The Wall Street JournalSunscreen Recall: What to Know as J&J Recalls Some Neutrogena Sprays Over Benzene
Johnson & Johnson announced Wednesday that the company is recalling five of its aerosol sunscreen products due to the discovery of trace amounts of benzene, a carcinogen, in some samples.
The company said consumers should stop using the affected cannisters, which include solely Neutrogena and Aveeno aerosol sunscreen products. The recall covers all can sizes and SPF levels, which were distributed nationwide.
The specific products being recalled are:
Benzene is not an ingredient used in the sunscreens. The company said it's reviewing how the chemical might have gotten into certain samples.
Long-term exposure to high levels of benzene, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, can cause leukemia or other cancers.
"Daily exposure to benzene in these aerosol sunscreen products at the levels detected in our testing would not be expected to cause adverse health consequences," Johnson & Johnson said in its statement Wednesday. "Out of an abundance of caution, we are recalling all lots of these specific aerosol sunscreen products."
The company urged consumers to immediately stop using these particular sunscreens, dispose of the affected products, and pick up alternate sun protection.
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