Banana Boat Sunscreen Recall
Energizer Holdings, the owner of Banana Boat Sunscreen Products, announced a recall of Banana Boat’s continuous spray sunscreen products due to a risk of the product catching on fire.
Danger of Catching on Fire
- The product's spray opening dispenses more than similar products, thus taking longer to dry on the skin.
- If a consumer contacts a flame or spark before the product dries, there is a danger that the product could catch on fire.
About the Recalled Sunscreen
- This recall applies to all of its sunscreen products that are sprayed on, as opposed to being applied as a lotion.
- A list of all affected products can be found at http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm324824.htm.
- The products were distributed nationwide from January 2010 through Sept. 30, 2012.
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