‘Consumers should stop using them’: J&J recalls sunscreen

Johnson and Johnson have issued a recall for aerosol sunscreen products. 

The company says some samples of the products contain low levels of Benzene, and Benzene is classified as a human carcinogen. 

In a press release, Johnson and Johnson say it is voluntarily pulling the sunscreen out of an abundance of caution. 

Consumers should stop using them. 

the impacted products include Neutrogena Cooldry Sport Aerosol Sunscreen, Aveeno Protect and Refresh Aerosol Sunscreen, and Neutrogena beach Defense Aerosol Sunscreen, along with a few others.

You can contact Johnson and Johnson's customer care line for a refund. 

 

 

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