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Unilever Recalls Benzene-Tainted Antiperspirants, Cites Propellant

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Samples of two Suave 24-Hour Protection Aerosol Antiperspirants tested positive for “slightly elevated levels of benzene,” leading Unilever to recall all lots of the products that remain in circulation after the line’s discontinuation “for business reasons” in October 2021.

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