Physicians Formula recall
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Pierre Fabre initiates Class I recall of Physicians Formula Eye Makeup Remover Lotion due to possible contamination with Pseudomonas fluorescens and/or Pseudomonas putida, bacteria that can cause severe, sight-threatening infections of the cornea, FDA warns in June 8 notice. Recall includes 16,300 bottles that shipped nationally to mass retailers from March 14 to May 28. Product is sold in 2 oz. bottles (label #698, batch #0821 or #0601). No injuries have been reported, and Azusa, Calif. manufacturer has begun an investigation into the cause of contamination. Recall is firm's first in 64-year history, Pierre Fabre says
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