Firm recalls nail polish remover
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Executive SummaryBingham Farms, Mich.-based Personal Care Products, Inc. initiates nationwide recall of all lots of its 6-oz. non-acetone nail polish remover/conditioner enriched with gelatin (UPC 4815592076) due to possible health risk. Firm says it has received two complaints of chemical burns to the fingers resulting from use of the product. Personal Care Products "is the leading U.S. supplier of value brand and dollar price point health and beauty aids and household products," according to firm's Web site. Retailers are being instructed to remove the nail polish remover from store shelves, and consumers to return the product for a refund
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